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020 __ ǂa 9781984821379 ǂq (hardcover)
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100 1_ ǂa Steel, Danielle, ǂe author.
245 10 ǂa Neighbors / ǂc Danielle Steel.
263 __ ǂa 202101
264 _1 ǂa [New York, New York] : ǂb Delacorte Press, Random House, ǂc [2021]
300 __ ǂa 288 pages ; ǂc 25 cm
336 __ ǂa text ǂb txt ǂ2 rdacontent
337 __ ǂa unmediated ǂb n ǂ2 rdamedia
338 __ ǂa volume ǂb nc ǂ2 rdacarrier
520 0_ ǂa Meredith White, a recluse who withdrew from the world of glamor and acting following a family tragedy, offers shelter to neighbors in the aftermath of an earthquake. Dependent on housekeepers for years, Meredith opens up to her new companions, including the family of a controlling husband, a young woman involved with an older man, and a blind pianist with a live-in care worker, and in turn sees the truth of her own situation.
588 __ ǂa This bibliographic record is licensed under Creative Commons CC0 1.0.
650 _0 ǂa Recluses ǂv Fiction.
650 _0 ǂa Interpersonal relations ǂv Fiction.
650 _0 ǂa Loss (Psychology) ǂv Fiction.
650 _0 ǂa Family violence ǂv Fiction.
907 __ ǂa Novel ǂc Abuse ǂc Behavior ǂc Emotion ǂc Relationship ǂc Society