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The Map of True Places

by Brunonia Barry

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"Masterfully woven...The Map of True Places is a gripping quest for truth that kept me reading at the edge of my seat to the very last page."
—Lisa Genova, author of Still Alice

Brunonia Barry, author of the beloved New York Times and international bestseller The Lace Reader is back with The Map of True Places, an emotionally resonant novel of tragedy, secrets, identity, and love. The moving and remarkable tale of a psychotherapist who discovers the strands of her own life in the death of a troubled patient, The Map of True Places is another glorious display of the unique storytelling prowess that inspired Toronto's Globe and Mail to exclaim, "Brunonia Barry can write. Boy can she write."


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Publisher: HarperCollins

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  • Release date: May 4, 2010

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  • ISBN: 9780061992506
  • Release date: May 4, 2010

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  • ISBN: 9780061992506
  • File size: 544 KB
  • Release date: May 4, 2010


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Fiction Literature

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English

"Masterfully woven...The Map of True Places is a gripping quest for truth that kept me reading at the edge of my seat to the very last page."
—Lisa Genova, author of Still Alice

Brunonia Barry, author of the beloved New York Times and international bestseller The Lace Reader is back with The Map of True Places, an emotionally resonant novel of tragedy, secrets, identity, and love. The moving and remarkable tale of a psychotherapist who discovers the strands of her own life in the death of a troubled patient, The Map of True Places is another glorious display of the unique storytelling prowess that inspired Toronto's Globe and Mail to exclaim, "Brunonia Barry can write. Boy can she write."


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