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When We Believed in Mermaids (2019)

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When she saw her on the television news, she was shocked to see that her sister had been dead for fifteen years.

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Josie Bianci died years ago on a train when a terrorist attack occurred. Her sister, Kit, who is an emergency room doctor in Santa Cruz, always believed that. Yet all it takes are a few heart-wringing seconds to upend her world. A live video feed from a club fire in Auckland showed a woman staggering through the smoke and debris, but she was not injured. She looks exactly like Josie. And unmistakable. It brings grief, loss, and even anger. But it gives her a chance to put an end to the lies sheā€™s been telling herself for years.

“From the author of The Art of Inheriting Secrets comes a new emotional story of two sisters, an entire ocean of lies, and the search for the truth.”

The Book GuideĀ® Editor

After arriving in New York, Kit begins her journey by remembering the times she spent on the beach with her best friend Josie. Of a lost teenager whoā€™d become a member of their family. And of trauma, they’ve had since childhood. If two sisters are to reunify, they must uncover long-hidden secrets and face a devastating truth that has separated them for far too long. If they want to get back together, they may have to give up everything.

When We Believed in Mermaids (2019) by Barbara O'Neal

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