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  • Published: 1 December 2010
  • ISBN: 9781409024019
  • Imprint: Cornerstone Digital
  • Format: EBook
  • Pages: 336


From the author of Every Last One, a story about abandonment and second chances

One night a young couple sneak onto the estate of wealthy Lydia Blessing and leave a box in the driveway. In the box is a baby and Skip Cuddy, the caretaker who finds her decides secretly to keep her. When Lydia Blessing discovers this she has choices to make, as she had many years before.

  • Published: 1 December 2010
  • ISBN: 9781409024019
  • Imprint: Cornerstone Digital
  • Format: EBook
  • Pages: 336

About the author

Anna Quindlen

Anna Quindlen is a novelist and journalist whose work has appeared on fiction, non-fiction, and self-help bestseller lists. She is the author of six novels: Object Lessons, One True Thing, Black and Blue, Blessings, Rise and Shine, and Every Last One. Her memoir Lots of Candles, Plenty of Cake, published in 2012, was a number one New York Times bestseller. Her book A Short Guide to a Happy Life has sold more than a million copies. While a columnist at The New York Times she won the Pulitzer Prize and published two collections, Living Out Loud and Thinking Out Loud. Her Newsweek columns were collected in Loud and Clear.

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Praise for Blessings

Relationships and family life are captured by Anna Quindlen in a beautiful, intelligent way.

Good Housekeeping

An intelligent, highly entertaining novel laced with acute perceptions about the nature of day-to-day family life

Anne Tyler, New York Times Book Review

Tender, taut, full of insight, yet with a darkness at its centre

Margaret Forster

We are so lucky to have Anna Quindlen in our literary lives. With her big heart and her amazing humanity she reminds us all of our blessings

Alice Hoffman

Qualities and shades of love are this writer's strong suit, and she has the unusual talent for writing about them with so much truth and heart that one is carried away on a tidal wave of involvement and concern.

Elizabeth Jane Howard

Intelligence, clarity and heartrending directness


The honest of her storytelling is exemplary.

Sunday Telegraph

Quindlen writes with power and grace.

The Boston Globe

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