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Meg Mitchell Moore

Meg Mitchell Moore worked for several years as a journalist. Her work has been published in Yankee, Continental, Women's Health, Advertising Age and many other business and consumer magazines. She received a B.A. from Providence College and a master's degree in English Literature from New York University. The Arrivals is her first novel. Her second novel will be published by Reagan Arthur Books in 2012. Meg lives in northern Massachusetts with her husband, their three children and a beloved border collie.

Genres: General Fiction, Romance
   The Arrivals (2011)
   So Far Away (2012)
   The Admissions (2015)
   The Captain's Daughter (2017)
   The Islanders (2019)
   Two Truths and a Lie (2020)
   Vacationland (2022)
   Summer Stage (2023)
Meg Mitchell Moore recommends
The Year of Second Chances (2023)
Lara Avery
"A lively, witty ride with a strong cast of supporting characters. Avery tackles the topic of grief in a way that manages to feel lighthearted and profound at the same time. I flew through this book and loved every page."
Wedding of the Season (2023)
Lauren Edmondson
"Elin Hilderbrand meets Edith Wharton meets Brideshead Revisited in this delightfully juicy tale of a Newport family's fading fortunes on the eve of a society wedding. I loved every minute."
Room and Board (2022)
Miriam Parker
"When one door closes, so they tell us, another one opens--and we're all lucky that the one Miriam Parker throws wide for us in Room and Board is to the prestigious west coast Glen Ellen Academy, where thirty-something former student Gillian takes a job as a dorm mom after a rough patch in New York City sends her packing from her high-profile job. Just scandal-filled enough to be juicy, goodhearted enough to be charming, with a first-rate cast of characters, Room and Board proves that while you may not be able to go home again, you can definitely go back to boarding school--and you might like it even better the second time around."
The Wise Women (2022)
Gina Sorell
"Gina Sorell's The Wise Women is about the exorbitant price of city real estate, yes, but it's also about the high cost of family, love, personal and professional growth--and the rich rewards of all of the above. This tale of the three Wise women making their way in the world is so warm, witty, and, well, wise, that I found myself wanting to pick it back up immediately each time I set it down. I won't forget these ladies and the colorful cast of characters accompanying them on their journeys any time soon."
Wish You Were Gone (2022)
Kieran Scott
"There are shades of Liane Moriarty in this tale of comfortable suburban lives thrown into upheaval by a mysterious death and the intertwining fates of those left behind. With twist after twist I didn’t see coming, Wish You Were Gone engaged me the whole way through and left me breathless at the end, the way the best domestic suspense fiction does."
Heard It in a Love Song (2021)
Tracey Garvis-Graves
"A warm, witty story with plenty of heart and characters that jump off the page, Heard It in a Love Song hits all the right notes."

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