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Amy and Isabelle by Elizabeth Strout
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Aug 02, 11

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Is there another contemporary writer who offers such subtle, revealing insights about the internal lives of regular people? Elizabeth Strout has crafted another quiet masterpiece in this novel about a mother who is forced to confront her own hidden life when she discovers that her daughter has been harboring a terrible secret. A perceptive depiction of small town life. - Paula C.

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