The Sunshine Girls (Original)


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$17.99  $16.73
Graydon House
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5.4 X 7.6 X 0.9 inches | 0.6 pounds

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About the Author

Molly Fader is the USA Today bestselling and award-winning author of The McAvoy Sisters Book of Secrets, The Bitter and Sweet of Cherry Season and more than forty romance novels under the pen names Molly O'Keefe and M. O'Keefe. She grew up outside Chicago and now lives in Toronto.


"When a famous movie star appears at their mother's funeral, estranged sisters Clara and Abbie are stunned--and confused. Little do the sisters know, childhood truths they presumed undeniable are about to be upended. Told in alternating points of view, The Sunshine Girls is a breathtaking story of an extraordinary friendship and the transcendent power of a mother's love. Molly Fader has penned an unforgettable novel that is sure to be one of the year's best."
--Kristy Woodson Harvey, New York Times bestselling author of The Wedding Veil

"Impossible to put down. A novel about female friendship that takes all the hits and comes out stronger. Beautifully balanced, nuanced and surprising, this book will keep you gripped from the first page to the last."
--Kristan Higgins

"The Sunshine Girls will have readers sitting on the edge of their seats...Jane Green and Jennifer Weiner fans will enjoy this novel about two unlikely friends and the secrets that united them."
--Booklist (Starred Review)

"From the long hours and turmoil of nursing school in the sixties to the gritty and glamorous movie sets of Hollywood in the seventies and up to modern day, The Sunshine Girls takes the reader on a ride brimming with secrets and surprises around every turn. It's a story of sisterhood and friendship, and the intersection of the two. A heartfelt, soulful book that examines how little we sometimes know about the people we think we know best."
--Susie Orman Schnall, author of We Came Here to Shine and The Subway Girls

"The Sunshine Girls draws you in with its fascinating glimpse of Vietnam-era America--from the bustling wards of a small-town hospital to the glitzy movie sets of Hollywood. But the story really delivers in its tender and nuanced depiction of friendship, sisterhood, and self-realization. A worthwhile and rewarding read!"
--Amanda Skenandore, author of The Second Life of Mirielle West