The Night the Lights Went Out
by Karen White
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Three women have more in common than they think
Recently divorced, Merilee Talbot Dunlap moves with her two young children to the seemingly quiet Atlanta suburb of Sweet Apple, Georgia. Sweet Apple is a place where reserved old-timers, such as town matriarch Sugar Prescott, coexist uneasily with Heather Blackford and her fellow wealthy school moms in their tennis whites and shiny new SUVs. Merilee knows that no one's life is perfect, especially her own. But the nature of friendship is never what it seems, and all three women will be shocked when they discover just how dangerously deceptive appearances can be.
This deeply moving work of Southern fiction from New York Times bestselling author Karen White will charm fans of Dorothea Benton Frank and Pat Conroy.
"The Queen of Southern fiction."-The Huffington Post
"White is adept at writing page turners."-The Herald Sun
"The ultimate voice in women's fiction."-Fresh Fiction
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|Release Date:||April 11, 2017|