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Lesley Kagen
Lesley Kagen is an actress, voice-over talent, former restaurateur, sought-after speaker, and award-winning, New York Times bestselling author of five previous novels. Her work has been translated into seven languages. A mother of two and grandmother of two, she lives in a hundred-year-old farm... show more

Lesley Kagen is an actress, voice-over talent, former restaurateur, sought-after speaker, and award-winning, New York Times bestselling author of five previous novels. Her work has been translated into seven languages. A mother of two and grandmother of two, she lives in a hundred-year-old farm house in a small town in Wisconsin. Visit with her on Facebook and at her web site www.lesleykagen.com
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KissinBlueKaren
KissinBlueKaren rated it 3 years ago
Don’t you just love when a book gives you good feels? This book was great and made me feel so good. The writing is addictive, I could not put it down. I want more of Tess and Birdie and more IFs. I rooted for Tess the whole time. The Resurrection of Tess was the story of a woman checking off her to-...
JDCMustReadBooks
JDCMustReadBooks rated it 3 years ago
By: Lesley KagenISBN: 9781940716558Publisher: SparkPressPublication Date: 12/09/2014 Format: HardcoverMy Rating: 5 Stars A special thank you to SparkPress and NetGalley for an ARC in exchange for an honest review. EXTRAORDINARY! When I see advance praise for a new book, from my two favorite author...
JDCMustReadBooks
JDCMustReadBooks rated it 3 years ago
By: Lesley Kagen ASIN: B00M4P6YMC Publisher: SparkPress Publication Date: 7/24/2014 Format: e-book My Rating: 5 Stars The Finley Sisters are guaranteed to steal your heart, as you laugh out loud with Lesley Kagen’s bittersweet novella, THE UNDERTAKING OF TESS, and double your pleasure, with...
Amber's Thoughts
Amber's Thoughts rated it 3 years ago
Authentically told in the voice of Sally O’Malley, a girl at the cusp of growing up, in 1959, this is more a family and neighborhood story, a complex web of relationships and losses and discoveries, than a conventional whodunit, but the thread of mystery that holds the story together is woven in smo...
EricaO
EricaO rated it 4 years ago
I wonder if I should have started with some of Kagen's newer works and then read my way backward? In retrospect, reading her first novel first may not have been my most clever move.The story, here, is what my pals and I call "Fine and Perfect" which means it was ok but I don't really want to talk ab...
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