Books by Diane Chamberlain

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The Stolen Marriage

I've been a huge fan of Diane Chamberlain's work since the early 2000s. Everything she writes is filled with well-drawn characters who are in the midst of varied and complex situations. When I learned she was writing a novel set during the Second World War, I was over the moon, as that's one of my f ...

C
Kiss River

"Her isolation, the result of being honest with no one, was beginning to be unbearable... She had never been very good at keeping things to herself, and although she had become a master at it recently, she hated the way it shut her off from other people." The heroine of Kiss River thinks those word ...

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The Courage Tree

I've read a lot of Diane Chamberlain and I've found it to be a hit or miss affair. I loved Keeper Of The Light and Fire and Rain, but not Summer's Child or Breaking The Silence . The Courage Tree falls somewhere in the middle; it's good escapist reading, but not completely satisfying. What ...

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Summer's Child

Summer's Child read like a soap opera without all the sex. We've got our hero and heroine, a foundling child searching for her birth parents, a mysterious woman, and a whole lot of secrets. Unfortunately, it also had very little romance, and the author revealed the secrets at a pace that nearly drov ...

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Breaking the Silence

Breaking the Silence is not a very romantic suspense novel. The hero doesn't appear until page 83, and he gives off a bad first impression. It's not what you'd call a light read either; it covers topics ranging from suicide to Alzheimer's disease, homelessness, and barbaric medical procedures. These ...