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Description - An Irruption of Owls by Sara Tucker

A mysterious illness is the catalyst for this story about a daughter's homecoming, the second installment in a family saga that takes place on three continents. The year is 2007, and the Texiers-Patrick, Sara, and nineteen-year-old Thomas-have left their home in Tanzania. They are trapped in a New Jersey suburb, wondering what will become of them, when the call comes: Idora Tucker, age eighty-seven, can no longer live alone. Something is very wrong, and nobody on her rapidly expanding medical team can figure it out. Within weeks, Sara has moved back into her childhood bedroom, Thomas has enrolled at a school in Prague, and Patrick has become the only French safari guide in recent memory to take up residence in Randolph, Vermont. In picking up where Our House in Arusha left off, An Irruption of Owls views from the perspective of small-town New England the forces that shape our lives.

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Book Details

ISBN: 9781943741007
ISBN-10: 194374100X
Format: Paperback / softback
(229mm x 152mm x 17mm)
Imprint: Ms.
Publisher: Ms.
Publish Date: 14-Jul-2015
Country of Publication: United States

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Author Biography - Sara Tucker

Sara Tucker has written headlines for the Louisville Courier-Journal, reviewed theater for the Albuquerque Journal, and edited articles about dusting for Martha Stewart Living. Everything she knows about winching she learned from the editor of Four Wheeler Magazine. At Conde Nast Traveler, she once played a singing reindeer in an office skit. At Cosmopolitan, she ran the copy department under Helen Gurley Brown. She pays taxes in Vermont, takes the New York City subway to work 150 times a year, and plays mahjong once a month in Fontainebleau, France. An Irruption of Owls is her second book.