Read an Excerpt from The Ghost at the Table

With the holiday season upon us, it’s the perfect time to pick up Suzanne Berne‘s novel, The Ghost at the Table, set at a family Thanksgiving in New England. In the Washington Post, Ron Charles called it “A witty, moving and psychologically astute story about siblings and the disparate ways they remember common experiences from childhood.”

This story of two sisters who remain “devoted”–as long as they stay on opposite coasts–is the perfect read on the plane ride to visit distant relatives, or to curl up with in a post-Turkey stupor on your parent’s couch. Read the first chapter here.

Excerpt from The Ghost at the Table

-Katie

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