“When We Believed in Mermaids: A Novel by Barbara O'Neal is an Amazon Charts, Washington Post, Wall Street Journal, and USA Today bestseller. Grace Greene, the author of The Memory of Butterflies and The Wildflower House series, praised the novel, writing how the story consists of "crisp prose, well-drawn settings, and compelling characters."
Train ride. Terrorist attack. Josie Bianci, gone forever. Kit had known and believed her sister was killed years ago, without knowing where Josie's body went after the attack. Her sister was supposed to be long dead, but a captured image of a woman in a live coverage of a club fire in Auckland says otherwise, leaving Kit with mixed emotions.
The resemblance between the woman in the video and her sister is uncanny – she has to be Josie. But for the two sisters to reunite, there's no other way than to dig up entombed secrets and to face a devastating truth that has separated them for a long time. Regaining their relationship might mean losing everything for them both. Is their bond enough to take the risk?.”
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