The Lost Summers of Newport

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Price
$19.99  $18.59
Publisher
William Morrow & Company
Publish Date
Pages
400
Dimensions
5.33 X 8.01 X 0.93 inches | 0.64 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9780063040755

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About the Author
Beatriz Williams is the bestselling author of thirteen novels, including Her Last Flight, The Summer Wives, and The Golden Hour, as well as All the Ways We Said Goodbye, cowritten with Lauren Willig and Karen White. A native of Seattle, she graduated from Stanford University and earned an MBA in finance from Columbia University. She lives with her husband and four children near the Connecticut shore, where she divides her time between writing and laundry.

Lauren Willig is the New York Times and USA Today bestselling author of twenty novels, including The Summer Country, The Ashford Affair, and The English Wife, as well as the RITA Award-winning Pink Carnation series. An alumna of Yale University, she has a graduate degree in history from Harvard and a JD from Harvard Law School. She lives in New York City with her husband, kindergartner, toddler, and vast quantities of coffee.


Karen White is the New York Times bestselling author of more than twenty novels, including the Tradd Street series, Dreams of Falling and The Time Between. She is the co-author of The Forgotton Room and The Glass Ocean with New York Times bestselling authors Beatriz Williams and Lauren Willig. She grew up in London but now lives with her husband and two children near Atlanta, Georgia.
Reviews

"An engrossing and sumptuous tale, this novel is a fantastic spring read." -- Good Morning America

"Three stories elegantly intertwine in this clever and stylish tale of murder and family lies from Williams, Willig, and White...This crackerjack novel offers three mysteries for the price of one." -- Publishers Weekly (starred review)

"This triple POV novel comes form the minds of three historical fiction powerhouses, so you know it's going to be a delight." -- Buzzfeed

"The Lost Summers of Newport--by a trio of historical fiction icons, Beatriz Williams, Lauren Willig and Karen White--is an elegant approach to the old 'trouble in paradise' scenario, spanning generations of deceit in a New England mansion." -- Chicago Tribune

"If, like me, you're mourning the season end of the HBO series, The Gilded Age, I have good news: Atlanta author Karen White along with Beatriz William and Lauren Willig have penned The Lost Summers of Newport, a historic mystery spanning more than a century of the once-wealthy Sprague family residing in an extravagant Gilded Age home in Newport, Rhode Island." -- The Augusta Chronicle

"Three historical fiction powerhouses combine efforts to create an enthralling adventure spanning from the onset of World War I to the 1960s, telling the story of three women and their stay at the famous Ritz Hotel in Paris." -- Book Riot on All the Ways We Said Goodbye

"All three of these 'team W' writers create engaging characters and complex relationships while setting a tone that matches the story's time period...The twist at the center of the story is worth the price of admission on its own. A great choice for anyone looking for clever historical fiction with plenty of drama, action, and surprises in every chapter." -- Library Journal on All the Ways We Said Goodbye

"A sweeping historical novel about the strength of women who find themselves in impossible situations." -- Popsugar on All the Ways We Said Goodbye

"Full of heart and intrigue, the authors' latest collaboration captures women's perseverance and how history connects us all." -- Booklist on All the Ways We Said Goodbye

"For most people, staying at a grand hotel is a rare treat. It's a time to indulge in luxury, to be catered to with impeccable service and to forget about the outside world until check-out. It's not unlike the experience a reader gets when reading All the Ways We Said Goodbye." -- Atlanta Journal-Constitution