Dale Loves Sophie to Death
Robb Forman Dew's cult first novel explores themes of familial and romantic bonds as it tells the story of a woman whose husband stays behind in New England while she and their children spend the summer in her Midwestern hometown.
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Review: Dale Loves Sophie to DeathUser Review - Gretchen Schaefer - Goodreads
I would certainly read more from this author. I was very engaged by the fascination and beauty she found in the small things in life. Read full review
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