Nancy Fontaine is a librarian and freelance writer living in New Hampshire with her husband, two cats, and every four years during presidential primary season, the national press.
A rich and engaging tale, with complex characters and a plot seamlessly interwoven with the history of Seattle.
A fine Southern Gothic and coming-of-age debut novel
An engaging women's novel about the burden of memory and moving on.
A novel about serious topics that is no downer.
A heartwarming novel about larger-than-life characters and second chances.
An unusual and affecting memoir of grief and healing.
A fine introduction to the dot-com era and a fascinating look at one of its founders.
Living forever will kill you.
A terrific follow-up to the author's first book, The Magicians.
A deceptively titled book that turns out to be a small-down delight.