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Best-Selling Author Visiting Glen Rock Library Wednesday

Pamela Redmond Satran, author and columnist, will be on hand to promote her new novel, "The Possibility of You."

Best-Selling Author Visiting Glen Rock Library Wednesday

New York Times best-selling novelist Pamela Redmond Satran will be visiting the Glen Rock Public Library on Wednesday from 7:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.

Copies of her latest novel, "The Possibility of You," a novel about 3 women at 3 key moments in their lives, are available at the library. No registration is necessary.

Here's a description of the book:

1916. It was the one thing Bridget was supposed to never let happen. But no matter how many times she replayed the steps in her head, she couldn’t reanimate the small pale boy who lay limp in her arms.

1976. Billie felt as if she’d been wrenched in half more surely than when the baby had been cut from her body. But she felt something else too: happy to think only of her own needs, her own tears. So light she could float away, somewhere no one would ever find her.

The present. Even if Cait never found her birth mother, even if she decided not to have this baby, to leave her lover and kiss her parents good-bye, she was surrounded by so much emotion, so many questions, that she felt as if she might never be free again.

Can we ever atone for the sins of the past? Or does each generation of women invent itself anew? In a complex and beautifully told masterpiece set against key moments for women in the last century, New York Times bestselling author Pamela Redmond intertwines the heartrending stories of Bridget, Billie, and Cait, and explores the ways in which one woman’s choices can affect her loved ones forever. As these three women search for identity and belonging, each faces a very personal decision that will reverberate across generations, tearing apart families, real and imaginary, perfect and flawed, but ultimately bringing them together again.

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