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DAUGHTER OF MINE by Megan Miranda

We are pleased to be able to offer FIVE reading groups THREE paperback copies each. If you are interested, please email Charlotte Gill at Quercus Books with a short reason why you think your group would love to read it.

DAUGHTER OF MINE is perfect for fans of Sharp Objects and Mare of Easttown. It is the newest novel from Megan Miranda, two of whose previous books have been Reese’s Book Club Picks and New York Times bestsellers.

Sometimes the darkest secrets are buried the deepest . . .
When Hazel Sharp, daughter of Mirror Lake’s longtime local detective, unexpectedly inherits her childhood home, she’s warily drawn back to the town – and people – she left behind almost a decade earlier.
But Hazel’s not the only relic of the past to return: a drought has descended on the region, and as the water level in the lake drops, long-hidden secrets begin to emerge, including evidence that may help finally explain the mystery of her mother’s disappearance.


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