Surface by Stacy Robinson

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'"Beautifully written and deeply imagined .  .  . Stacy Robinson has created an utterly compelling story of one woman's traumatic fall and of her ultimate and triumphant resurrection. Her writing is at times luminous and always thoughtful." —Holly Chamberlin, author of The Beach Quilt "I can't remember the last time I devoured a book so eagerly. From the first page, readers will want to dig deeper and deeper beneath the Surface to discover the secrets of the Montgomery family. Magnificent!" —Elin Hilderbrand, New York Times–bestselling author of The Matchmaker and Winter Street “Robinson’s characters address the tough, flawed choices that we make every day and the often unanticipated consequences. Betrayal, self-discovery and forgiveness combine in this insightful, twisting tale.” —RT Book Reviewsstarred review “Robinson deftly manages to make readers sympathetic with the struggles of the incredibly privileged.” —Publishers Weekly'
'"Beautifully written and deeply imagined .  .  . Stacy Robinson has created an utterly compelling story of one woman's traumatic fall and of her ultimate and triumphant resurrection. Her writing is at times luminous and always thoughtful." —Holly Chamberlin, author of The Beach Quilt "I can't remember the last time I devoured a book so eagerly. From the first page, readers will want to dig deeper and deeper beneath the Surface to discover the secrets of the Montgomery family. Magnificent!" —Elin Hilderbrand, New York Times–bestselling author of The Matchmaker and Winter Street “Robinson’s characters address the tough, flawed choices that we make every day and the often unanticipated consequences. Betrayal, self-discovery and forgiveness combine in this insightful, twisting tale.” —RT Book Reviewsstarred review “Robinson deftly manages to make readers sympathetic with the struggles of the incredibly privileged.” —Publishers Weekly'
Publisher: Kensington ISBN: 9781617733765 Pages: 401