The Starfish Sisters


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$16.99  $15.80
Lake Union Publishing
Publish Date
5.35 X 8.43 X 1.1 inches | 0.88 pounds

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About the Author

Barbara O'Neal is the Washington Post, Wall Street Journal, USA Today, and Amazon Charts bestselling author of more than a dozen novels of women's fiction, including the #1 Amazon Charts bestseller When We Believed in Mermaids as well as The Starfish Sisters, This Place of Wonder, The Lost Girls of Devon, Write My Name Across the Sky, and The Art of Inheriting Secrets. Her award-winning books have been published in over two dozen countries. She lives on the Oregon coast with her husband, a British endurance athlete who vows he'll never lose his accent. For more information, visit


Praise for The Starfish Sisters

"Barbara O'Neal is at the top of her game. The Starfish Sisters is a gorgeous, heartfelt story about two lifelong friends who, now estranged, must battle their way back to each other after years of betrayals and jealousy and misunderstandings. Suze is a famous, world-traveling movie star who seems to have everything but love--while her former best friend, Phoebe, does art and nurtures the people around her. O'Neal has written a deeply harrowing, suspenseful, and ultimately loving book that explores the nature of women's friendships and the lengths to which we all will go to protect those we love from danger. I read it far into the night, and, yes, I wept a few tears along the way." --Maddie Dawson, Washington Post bestselling author of Matchmaking for Beginners

Previous Praise

"A wonderfully moving tale...This Place of Wonder will sweep you away." --Colleen Hoover, #1 New York Times bestselling author

"Kristin Hannah readers will thoroughly enjoy the family dynamic, especially the mother-daughter relationships." --Booklist (starred review) on This Place of Wonder

"A woman's strange disappearance brings together four strong women who struggle with their relationships, despite their need for one another. Fans of Sarah Addison Allen will appreciate the emphasis on nature and these women's unique gifts." --Library Journal (starred review) on The Lost Girls of Devon

"An emotional story about the relationship between two sisters and the difficulty of facing the truth head-on." --Today on When We Believed in Mermaids

"Elegiac but also forward-looking...I loved every moment of it." --Julie Powell, author of Julie & Julia and Cleaving on This Place of Wonder

"Great writing, terrific characters, food elements, romance, a touch of intrigue, and more than a few surprises to keep readers guessing." --Kirkus Reviews on The Art of Inheriting Secrets