Week 36 – Shelf Pleasure’s 2016 Reading Challenge
This week we’re spending time with Kristin Harmel’s When We Meet Again. Emily Emerson is used to being alone; her dad ran out on her family, her mom died when she was seventeen, she is haunted by the baby she had to give up at 18, and her beloved grandmother just passed away. When a mysterious painting of her grandmother shows up on her doorstep the same day she’s been laid off, Emily decides to track down her past and find out who she really is. Moving between the present and a lesser known period starring German POWs in America after World War II, this sweeping and powerful novel proves why Harmel will always be one of our favorites.
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