Little Broken Things
by Nicole Baart
Praise For This Book:
"Baart's novel of familial ties, betrayals, and longoverdue confrontations ventures into the territory of Paula Hawkins, Mary Kubica, and Kimberly Belle. Baart's pacing keeps the novel driving forward, while a core group of narrators offers different perspectives on the murky facts of Lucy's upbringing. Full of twists and turns, this is a great addition to the recent surge in suspenseful domestic fiction." - Booklist

"Richly atmospheric and featuring a compelling cast of sharply drawn female characters, Little Broken Things is both a page-turner and a thoughtful examination of what it means to mother and be mothered, in all its most real and varied forms." - Kimberly McCreight, New York Times bestselling author of Reconstructing Amelia and Where They Found Her

"Beautifully layered...gives readers everything they could possible want in a novel - vivid, engaging characters, a town filled with dark secrets, a mind-twisting mystery and the ferocious power of a mother's love. Original and gripping, Little Broken Things is a stunner that will linger with you long after the final page is turned." - Heather Gudenkauf, New York Times bestselling author of The Weight of Silence and Not A Sound

'If you liked Big Little Lies, you'll want to crack open this new novel by Nicole Baart, which will be released in November-just in time for your Thanksgiving holiday reading. This novel will engross you in the suspenseful story of Quinn Cruz; her estranged and troubled sister, Nora; and a mysterious little girl named Lucy who shows up on her doorstep.' - Southern Living

"Nicole Baart weaves exquisite writing with unstoppable drama in this tale of family schisms and secrets on a collision course with life-threatening danger. Putting down Little Broken Things was impossible." - Randy Susan Meyers, bestselling author of Accidents of Marriage and The Widow of Wall Street

"I have long been a fan of Nicole Baart's finely crafted, flawed characters, her deft plotting, her fluid, lovely writing, and all of these gifts are on display in Little Broken Things. I cared about these sisters, feared and hoped for them, and lost my heart to Lucy, the locked-shut little girl living in the center of the book's secrets. It's a gripping and suspenseful tale that kept me turning pages late into the night; move it to the top of your stack." - Joshilyn Jackson, New York Times bestselling author of The Almost Sisters

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