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Reconstructing Amelia : [a novel] / Kimberly McCreight.

McCreight, Kimberly (author.). Hvam, Khristine, (narrator.). Harper Audio (Firm) (Added Author). Blackstone Audio, Inc., (publisher.).

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Location Call Number / Copy Notes Barcode Shelving Location Status Due Date
Bethel Public Library CDBOOK F MCCREIGHT (Text to phone) 34030136861736 Adult Fiction CD Available -
Oliver Wolcott Library - Litchfield CD SPOKEN MCC (Text to phone) 36123133296754 Adult Fiction CD Available -

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General Note: Title from disc.
Compact disc.
Subtitle from container.
"Tracks every 3 minutes for easy bookmarking"--Container.
Participant or Performer Note: Read by Khristine Hvam.
Summary, etc.: When Kate, a single mother and law firm partner, gets an urgent phone call summoning her to her daughter's exclusive private school, she's shocked. Amelia has been suspended for cheating--something that would be completely out of character for her overachieving, well-behaved daughter. Kate rushes to Grace Hall, but what she finds when she finally arrives is beyond comprehension. Her daughter Amelia is dead. Despondent over having been caught cheating, Amelia has jumped from the school's roof in an act of impulsive suicide. At least that's the story Grace Hall and the police tell Kate. In a state of shock and overcome by grief, Kate tries to come to grips with this life-shattering news. Then she gets an anonymous text: "Amelia didn't jump." The moment she sees that message, Kate knows in her heart it's true. Clearly Amelia had secrets--and a life Kate knew nothing about. Wracked by guilt, Kate is determined to find out what those secrets were and who could have hated her daughter enough to kill. She searches through Amelia's e-mails, texts, and Facebook updates, piecing together the last troubled days of her daughter's life.
Subject: Mothers and daughters Fiction
Private schools Fiction
Cheating (Education) Fiction
Teenagers Suicidal behavior Fiction
Suicide Fiction
Guilt Fiction
Genre: Psychological fiction.
Mystery fiction.
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