The Lockhart Women

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Blackstone Publishing
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5.59 X 5.83 X 1.1 inches | 0.44 pounds
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About the Author

Mary Camarillo went to work for the Postal Service after high school. It might be genetic; both her grandfathers were railway mail clerks. Her short stories and poems have been published in the Sonora Review, the Bookends Review, Lunch Ticket, and The Ear, among others. She lives in Huntington Beach, California, with her husband, who plays ukulele, and their terrorist cat, Riley, who has his own Instagram account.

Kirsten Potter is an award-winning audiobook narrator who has performed on stage, film, and television. A graduate of Boston University's School for the Arts, she has received recognition from the American Academy of Achievement and the National Foundation for Advancement in the Arts.


"This is a gripping, sometimes funny, novel that will keep you turning the pages."

-- "San Francisco Book Review"

"The author uses the Simpson trial as an indicator for Brenda's growth...Peggy and Allison aren't always likable, either, but they also learn to make better decisions, and the novel's ending is a satisfying one."

-- "Kirkus Reviews"

"Camarillo's prose is lively, companionable, and quite satisfyingly observant in ways that surprise and delight."

-- "Richard Bausch, author of Peace"

"The Lockhart women make mistake after mistake in this delightful debut novel, but that's part of their charm. Touching on themes of motherhood, fidelity, and responsibility, this is a coming-of-age tale for both Brenda and her daughters."

-- "Julie Zuckerman, author of The Book of Jeremiah"