The Captain's Daughter

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Anchor Books
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5.2 X 0.9 X 7.9 inches | 0.66 pounds
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About the Author

Meg Mitchell Moore is the author of the novels The Admissions, The Arrivals, and So Far Away. She worked for several years as a journalist for a variety of publications. She lives in Newburyport, Massachusetts, with her husband and three daughters.


"Emotionally gripping. . . . Filled with humor, insight, summer cocktails, and gorgeous sunsets . . . has the warm, easy vibrancy of an ideal summer read." --Redbook

"Absolutely superlative work from one of my own favorite writers." --Elin Hilderbrand, author of The Identicals

"Don't miss this heartfelt story about paths not taken." --People

"A gorgeous exploration of finding yourself in your roots. . . . Will warm your heart." --Brit + Co

"Brimming with humor, heartfelt prose, and Summer vibes." --Popsugar

"[A] heartwarming read."

"The Captain's Daughter once again proves Meg Mitchell Moore an author who can effortlessly evoke a flurry of emotions on a single page. . . . Full of charm and heart . . . an absolute delight to read!" --Karma Brown, author of Come Away With Me and The Choices We Make

"Moore has once again mastered the intricacies of family and love with her sharp wit, gentle heart, keen sense of place, and remarkable insight into human nature."
--Sere Prince Halverson, author of The Underside of Joy

"Start The Captain's Daughter for its spot-on dialogue and breathtaking descriptions of summer in Maine; stay for a whip-smart story brimming with emotional insight. . . . [A] warm, layered, and utterly captivating family saga." --Camille PagΓ‘n, author of Life and Other Near-Death Experiences

"Moving. . . . Moore continues to show off her tight storytelling skills with her latest." --Publishers Weekly

"Moore's character study shows a family at a turning point--one that could fall apart as easily as it could come closer together. With excellent dialogue and a charming coastal setting, there is plenty here to appeal to lovers of family drama." --Booklist