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Randy Susan Meyers

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aka R S Meyers

Randy Susan Meyers is the author of The Murderers Daughters, a finalist for the Massachusetts Book Award. She currently lives in Boston with her husband.

Genres: General Fiction
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Keep Your Friends Close (2012)
Paula Daly
"Keep Your Friends Close will cost you sleep. The ‘gotta know’ suffuses every page; tension intensifies with each chapter. We follow Daly’s characters down terrifying, unanticipated, nerve-wracking roads to the last word."
The Glass Wives (2013)
Amy Sue Nathan
"The Glass Wives is brimming with heart and humour."
Etched on Me (2014)
Jenn Crowell
"Crowell fuses compelling social drama and stay-up-past-midnight storytelling... Lesley's transformation will, without an ounce of sugarcoating, steal your heart."
Stones in the Road (2015)
E B Moore
"E B Moore walks the rare tightrope of artistry...with exquisite care and detail."
Feast of Sorrow (2017)
Crystal King
"Impossible to put down."
Best Friends Forever (2018)
Margot Hunt
"Friends or husbands? Who do women tell more truth? Give more allegiance? Margot Hunt shocks and astounds as she explores these tugs of loyalty in Best Friends Forever, a psychological thriller that kept me off balance even after turning the last page."
The Secret of Clouds (2019)
Alyson Richman
"Alyson Richman captures the gift of love—for family, and those who feel like family—with her pen dipped first in truth, then crystalline tenderness, and finally compassion. The Secret of Clouds immersed me in the world of a teacher’s caring, an immigrant family’s heroism, and a child’s courage. Richman writes like a dream."
House On Fire (2019)
Bonnie Kistler
"Kistler manages to hold the reader's exploding heart safe as this gut-wrenching story unfolds. I lived inside this novel with every word."
The Book of CarolSue (2020)
Lynne Hugo
"Lynne Hugo writes down to the bone of family complications, grief, and shattering loss, while also offering miracles of rescue in The Book of CarolSue. The author walks a perfectly balanced tightrope as she illustrates how political conflicts are woven right into the heart of an Indiana farm family. I lost hours of sleep as I raced to finish this extraordinary novel."

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