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2021 (Norstedts)



Artonåriga Zoë Holmgren har levt hela sitt liv på den mytomspunna ön Nornö i Stockholms skärgård. Tillsammans med sin struliga mamma Linn och sin mormor Agnes driver  Zoë öns handelsbod som Holmgrens gjort i generationer. Med en haitisk-amerikansk pappa, som hon aldrig träffat, har Zoë alltid stått ut från mängden. Trots Linns motstånd börjar Zoë i smyg göra efterforskningar. Hennes högsta önskan är att hitta honom.

Vanligtvis händer inte mycket på Nornö, men när Camilla Easton, utlandssvensk, före detta modell och numera Manhattanbo, anländer till sin nybyggda sommarbostad, ställs Zoës och Linns tillvaro på ända. De dras direkt till familjen Eastons sofistikerade och till synes perfekta liv. Men snart inser de att de inte är ensamma om att ha saker att dölja.

Sommaren på Nornö handlar om ursprung, identitet och om komplicerade mor-dotter-relationer. Och om hur skuld kan påverka våra liv mer än vi tror.

The book will be available from June 3rd.




What happens when your career is your entire identity and it's suddenly taken away from you?

It's October 2009 and thirty-five-year-old Mia Lewis is an independent woman at the top of her game. Sharp, attractive and the only senior female executive at Atlas Capital, she survived Wall Street during the worst financial crisis in modern history. Devoted to her job, Mia always fights for what she thinks is best for the firm--until one false move ushers her spectacular downfall.

Disgraced and broke, she escapes to a crumbling cottage in upstate New York to repair her reputation and plot her comeback. Alone and threatened by lasting unemployment, she risks becoming what she has always feared: a failure. But a chance encounter with a handsome single dad ignites feelings and a sense of longing that Mia had intentionally buried.

As she begins to consider a new life--one away from the stress and excess of Wall Street--the past comes calling, jeopardizing her whole future.

"Dahlberg seamlessly combines ... a romance novel and a financial thriller--and imbues the result with suspense and emotional depth. ... [She] intelligently captures the precarious position of a black woman in the white, testosterone-fueled world of New York high finance."--Kirkus Reviews

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2005 (Penguin/NAL)

Nora Deschamps is an editor at a chic women's fashion magazine. Her husband Jeff Montgomery owns an independent record label that's edging into a mega-bucks hip-hop phenomenon. Tracked as one of New York Magazine's "25 Most Exciting Couples Under Forty," Nora and Jeff appear to have it all. But their future is about to be shaken, by Nora's on-the-rise career that's taking an intimate toll on their lives, by a crime that Jeff is powerless to prevent, and ultimately by the secret of a long-ago indiscretion and the revenge that now threatens all they've strived to achieve. From the uptown high-life to the downside of love, betrayal, and long-standing lies, Nora and Jeff must now fight harder than ever to learn the meaning of trust.

In her dynamic debut novel, Jennifer Anglade Dahlberg explores the headstrong ambitions and fragile dreams of a couple on top-and their drive for success, which tests the limits of privilege, love, and friendship in the most provocative of ways...

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