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Suzanne Redfearn

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Born and raised on the east coast, Suzanne moved to California when she was fifteen. She currently lives in Laguna Beach with her husband, their two kids, a Cockapoo named Cooper, and a cat named Martha. They own a restaurant in town called Lumberyard, (

Prior to becoming an author, Suzanne was an architect specializing in residential and commercial design.

Genres: Literary Fiction
Suzanne Redfearn recommends
Say Never (2014)
Janis Thomas
"Janis Thomas does it again! Say Never is laugh-out-loud funny and chock full of heart."
All the Acorns on the Forest Floor (2020)
Kim Hooper
"All the Acorns on the Forest Floor is a stirring series of stories interwoven by the common threads of human frailty and the complexities of relationships. Poignant and poetic, the characters of these stunning vignettes are guaranteed to haunt and inspire long after the last page is turned."
A Frenzy of Sparks (2020)
Kristin Fields
"A Frenzy of Sparks is a thoughtful exploration of family, heartache, and ultimately, carrying on. Set in the sixties in Queens—a time and place of intense transformation—Kristin Fields deftly tells the heartrending story of what addiction does to a family and exposes the dark underbelly of suburbia. Powerful and poignant—I didn’t want to leave the pages of this masterfully crafted book."
The Hidden Soldier (2021)
Eoin Dempsey
"The Hidden Soldier is a poignant page-turner that will leave you breathless. Gorgeously written, Eoin Dempsey carries you back in time and inserts you into the heart of this tragic, pivotal moment in history. Part thriller, part love story, I was completely enthralled from beginning to end."
The Light Through the Leaves (2021)
Glendy Vanderah
"Glendy Vanderah’s love for nature shines through in this captivating story about love and loss and carrying on in the face of tragedy. Bursting with extraordinary moments of magic and beauty, it is an enchanting story that tugged at my heartstrings from the very first page and did not let go."
Take What You Can Carry (2021)
Gian Sardar
"Take What You Can Carry is a beautifully crafted, heartrending portrait of the disparate worlds of America and Kurdistan in the 1970s woven together with an epic love story that is rich, tragic, compelling, and realized with deep care and insight. Powerful and moving."

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