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Kerry Anne King

Kerry Anne King holds a BA in English from York University and an MEd in counseling psychology from Washington State University. She lives with her Viking in a little house surrounded by trees, the perfect place for writing books. Kerry spends her days working as an RN in a clinic, spinning her tales early in the morning and in the evenings after work. In addition to women's fiction, she also writes fantasy and mystery novels as Kerry Schafer.

Genres: General Fiction, Literary Fiction, Mystery
   Closer Home (2016)
   I Wish You Happy (2017)
   Whisper Me This (2018)
   Everything You Are (2019)
   A Borrowed LIfe (2020)
   Other People's Things (2021)
   Improbably Yours (2022)
Kerry Anne King recommends
Snap Out of It (2023)
Maddie Dawson
"I was in at the premise: a sixty-year-old woman in a bunny suit hopping into people's houses to remove the detritus of lost love so they can snap out of grief and get on with their lives? Yes, please. But wait - it gets better! Add in a supporting cast of delightfully quirky (but deeply human) characters, family drama, and an unexpected (and unwanted) romance, all sparkling with Dawson's trademark touches of magic and found family, and you've got an absolute winner. Snap Out of It is a wise, funny, heartfelt novel filled with complex relationships and whimsical surprises - a book that leaves you better than it found you. Love it."
Crazy To Leave You (2022)
Marilyn Simon Rothstein
"On the surface, Crazy to Leave You is a funny, lighthearted story. But underlying Rothstein's signature humor and wry, engaging voice is the shattering dilemma of every woman who has ever believed that she is not enough - not thin enough, not successful enough, not loved enough. Lauren's journey to loving herself is one to which we can all relate. I think every book club is going to want this one!"
The Next Ship Home (2022)
Heather Webb
"Centered around Ellis Island-symbol of America's greatest hopes and scene of some of her greatest travesties-The Next Ship Home is the heart-wrenching story of two young women fighting for freedom and independence. In this timely and utterly immersive story, Webb unflinchingly exposes the prejudice, sexism, and corruption rampant with the immigration system of the times while still weaving in hope that we can do and be better."

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