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In this compelling family drama set against the dangerous beauty of the Yellowstone, Polly is still trying to get her life back on track after a recent accident, not always trusting reality.

For Polly, the town of Livingston, Montana, is a land charmed by natural beauty and a close network of family extending back generations. But a recent head injury has scattered her perception of the present, surfacing events from 30 years ago and half a country away. As Polly’s relatives arrive for a family reunion during the Fourth of July holiday, a beloved friend goes missing on the Yellowstone River, dredging up difficult memories for a family well acquainted with tragedy.

A generational saga from the award-winning author of The Widow NashThe Center of Everything offers a stunning and heartfelt examination of the deep bonds of family and how the ones we love - and the secrets we keep - echo throughout our lives.

©2020 Jamie Harrison (P)2021 Blackstone Publishing

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Too hard to follow

I like Jamie Harrison and find it hard to believe she wrote this. I feel lost in a sea of characters who mill abut aimlessly. I tried but am giving up on this one.