Kristin Hannah

Kristin Hannah is the New York Times bestselling author of more than 20 novels including “Night Road,” “Firefly Lane,” “True Colors” and “Winter Garden.” In 2015, “The Nightingale” was voted a best book of the year by Amazon, Buzzfeed, iTunes, Library Journal, Paste, The Wall Street Journal and The Week. Additionally, the novel won the coveted Goodreads and People’s Choice Awards. The audiobook of “The Nightingale” won the Audiobook of the Year Award in the fiction category.

Hannah was born in Southern California and moved to western Washington when she was eight. A former lawyer, she started writing when she was pregnant and on bed rest for five months. She lives in the Pacific Northwest with her husband and son.

Website: https://kristinhannah.com/

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A Handful of Heaven
The Enchantment
Once in Every Life
If You Believe
When Lightnings Strikes
Waiting for the Moon
Home Again
On Mystic Lake
Angel Falls
Summer Island
Distant Shores
Between Sisters
The Things We Do for Love
Comfort and Joy
Magic Hour
Firefly Lane
True Colors
Winter Garden
Night Road
Home Front
Fly Away
The Nightingale
The Great Alone

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