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The Lost and Found Bookshop In This Thought Provoking, Wise And Emotionally Rich Novel, New York Times Bestselling Author Susan Wiggs Explores The Meaning Of Happiness, Trust, And Faith In Oneself As She Asks The Question,If You Had To Start Over, What Would You Do And Who Would You BeThere Is A Book For Everything Somewhere In The Vast Library Of The Universe, As Natalie Thought Of It, There Was A Book That Embodied Exactly The Things She Was Worrying AboutIn The Wake Of A Shocking Tragedy, Natalie Harper Inherits Her Mother S Charming But Financially Strapped Bookshop In San Francisco She Also Becomes Caretaker For Her Ailing Grandfather Andrew, Her Only Living Relative Not Counting Her Scoundrel FatherBut The Gruff, Deeply Kind Andrew Has Begun Displaying Signs Of Decline Natalie Thinks It S Best To Move Him To An Assisted Living Facility To Ensure The Care He Needs To Pay For It, She Plans To Close The Bookstore And Sell The Derelict But Valuable Building On Historic Perdita Street, Which Is In Need Of Constant Fixing There S Only One Problem Grandpa Andrew Owns The Building And Refuses To Sell Natalie Adores Her Grandfather She Ll Do Whatever It Takes To Make His Final Years Happy Besides, She Loves The Store And Its Books Provide Welcome Solace For Her Overwhelming GriefAfter She Moves Into The Small Studio Apartment Above The Shop, Natalie Carries Out Her Grandfather S Request And Hires Contractor Peach Gallagher To Do The Necessary And Ongoing Repairs His Young Daughter, Dorothy, Also Becomes A Regular At The Store, And She And Natalie Begin Reading Together While Peach WorksTo Natalie S Surprise, Her Sorrow Begins To Dissipate As Her Life Becomes An Unexpected Journey Of New Connections, Discoveries And Revelations, From Unearthing Artifacts Hidden In The Bookshop S Walls, To Discovering The Truth About Her Family, Her Future, And Her Own Heart


About the Author: Susan Wiggs

Susan Wiggs s life is all about family, friendsand fiction She lives at the water s edge on an island in Puget Sound, and she commutes to her writers group in a 17 foot motorboat She serves as author liaison for Field s End, a literary community on Bainbridge Island, Washington, bringing inspiration and instruction from the world s top authors to her seaside community See www.fieldsend.org She s been featured in the national media, including NPR s Talk of the Nation, and is a popular speaker locally and nationally According to Publishers Weekly, Wiggs writes with refreshingly honest emotion, and the Salem Statesman Journal adds that she is one of our best observers of stories of the heart who knows how to capture emotion on virtually every page of every book Booklist characterizes her books as real and true and unforgettable She is the recipient of three RITA sm awards and four starred reviews from Publishers Weekly for her books The Winter Lodge and Passing Through Paradise have appeared on PW s annual Best Of lists Several of her books have been listed as top Booksense picks and optioned as feature films Her novels have been translated intothan two dozen languages and have made national bestseller lists, including the USA Today, Washington Post and New York Times lists The author is a former teacher, a Harvard graduate, an avid hiker, an amateur photographer, a good skier and terrible golfer, yet her favorite form of exercise is curling up with a good book Readers can learnon the web at www.susanwiggs.com and on her lively blog at www.susanwiggs.wordpress.com.



10 thoughts on “The Lost and Found Bookshop

  1. Producervan in Cornville, AZ from New Orleans & L.A. Producervan in Cornville, AZ from New Orleans & L.A. says:

    The Lost and Found Bookshop by Susan Wiggs William Morrow Advance Reader s E Proof courtesy of HarperCollins Publishers First Edition ISBN 978 0 06 291409 5 General Fiction Adult Women s Fiction Publication date 07 Jul 2020 5 Stars.If you get the warm fuzzies when reading about old bookstores in historical buildings, you will enjoy this story


  2. Toni Toni says:

    Most readers adore books about bookstores and or libraries And why not, they are buildings filled with what we love books The Lost and Found Bookshop, however, opens with a funeral not gradually in Chapter one, but upfront in the Prologue It s like a hand popping up and smacking you in the face as soon as you open the book Now do not run away, this boo


  3. mindful.librarian ☀️ mindful.librarian ☀️ says:

    free review copy Oh, how I loved this whimsical bookshop story It s hands down my favorite Susan Wiggs story yet and JUST what I needed to read right now A mix of family history mystery, San Francisco history, so much bookstore goodness and some grief and romance thrown in there I just inhaled the story and highly recommend it to anyone who likes books about bo


  4. Melanie Melanie says:

    Since I am new to this author, I had no expectations of style, depth, characterization, or grace I found them all, in abundance Why did I request the ARC from NetGalley Because I am a total sucker for fiction about books, book stores, and book sellers I was not disappointed.Remember The Little Paris Bookshop Blythe Harper, the recently deceased owner of The Lost and Fou


  5. Elizabeth of Silver& Elizabeth of Silver& says:

    FULL REVIEW WILL BE ON JULY 7.Who wouldn t want to own a bookshop That is a dream job.THE LOST AND FOUND BOOKSHOP is a sweet read focusing on family, life choices, and choosing what makes you happy.If you need a feel good read, be sure to add this book to your must read list for the summer.THE LOST AND FOUND BOOKSHOP has it all love, books, and anything sweet and heartwarming th


  6. Jen Jen says:

    After an accident that uproots her world, Natalie returns to her childhood home to care for her ailing Grandfather and run her mothers bookshop This was an absolutely lovely story that all bookworms will love A family run bookshop in a historic building and an abundance of references to beloved books add to this book lovers dream read This was a truly heartwarming, charming story with a


  7. Natalie Natalie says:

    This romance novel set in San Francisco demandscredulity than I could muster, especially when the characters find street parking right in frontthan once The book hits a handful of tourist spots and digs into local history, but the setting feels like a hastily sketched pastiche of the city by the bay that I know and love Nevertheless, the story lines tackles several contemporary themes of interest


  8. Janet McClain Janet McClain says:

    This review is based upon an advance reader copy in exchange for an honest review In the wake of a shocking tragedy, Natalie Harper inherits her mother s charming but financially strapped bookshop in San Francisco She also becomes caretaker for her ailing grandfather, Andrew, her only living relative not counting her rarely seen father But the gruff, deeply kind Andrew has begun displaying signs of declin


  9. Karen M Karen M says:

    I ve given this book 4 stars but in reality it s really only 3.5 stars I wish it were a 4 star read for me but it just wasn t It just missed for me I love this type of book about bookshops and the lives of those who own and work there but this one just never grabbed me and drew me in and that makes me sad.The characters were well drawn and rather interesting and I liked the storyline but it took 3 4s of book befor


  10. Jaimie Rogers Jaimie Rogers says:

    I m in love with this book Peach I ve never read this author now need every book by her This book was perfect a relaxing virus read I love that it takes place in California, makes me want to go up to San Fran browse all the gorgeous book stores maybe open my own I knew nothing about this book going in so I was very pleasantly surprised at every turn It has a bit of almost everything I even added sometitles to my ever growi


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