2) The arsonist
"Profoundly honest, shapely, ambitious, engrossing."—New York Times Book Review
From bestselling author Sue Miller comes a masterful novel about the life of a large family that is deeply bonded by the stranger in their midst—an autistic child.
The whole world could not have broken the spirit and strength of the Eberhardt family of 1948. Lainey is a wonderful if slightly eccentric mother....
"A tour de force by any standard." —Newsweek
"Miller writes with wisdom, compassion, and an almost palpable sense of reality about the ambiguous and difficult choices that . . . at one time or another, life demands of us." —Atlanta Journal-Constitution
A convergence of family and friends stirs memories of the past in New York Times bestselling author Sue Miller's novel about the...
"Compelling. . . . What Miller offers . . . is a distinctive sensibility—a candid exploration of the frail and gritty truths about trying to love without harm or reprisal."—Boston Globe
In this riveting collection of short stories, bestselling author Sue Miller writes compellingly about a chapter in the moral history of our time.
The fascinating stories featured in Inventing the Abbotts...