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Looking for Jane

Looking for Jane


General FictionHistorical Fiction

Publisher Price: $27.99

ISBN10: 1668013681
ISBN13: 9781668013687
Publisher: Atria
Published: Feb 7 2023
Pages: 400
Weight: 1.24
Height: 1.43 Width: 6.31 Depth: 9.20
Language: English
Clever and satisfying...has the potential to remain pertinent for generations. --Associated Press

This powerful debut (Hello! Canada) for fans of Kristin Hannah and Jennifer Chiaverini about three women whose lives are bound together by a long-lost letter, a mother's love, and a secret network of women fighting for the right to choose--inspired by true stories.

2017: When Angela Creighton discovers a mysterious letter containing a life-shattering confession, she is determined to find the intended recipient. Her search takes her back to the 1970s when a group of daring women operated an illegal underground abortion network in Toronto known only by its whispered code name: Jane.

1971: As a teenager, Dr. Evelyn Taylor was sent to a home for fallen women where she was forced to give up her baby for adoption--a trauma she has never recovered from. Despite harrowing police raids and the constant threat of arrest, she joins the Jane Network as an abortion provider, determined to give other women the choice she never had.

1980: After discovering a shocking secret about her family, twenty-year-old Nancy Mitchell begins to question everything she has ever known. When she unexpectedly becomes pregnant, she feels like she has no one to turn to for help. Grappling with her decision, she locates Jane and finds a place of her own alongside Dr. Taylor within the network's ranks, but she can never escape the lies that haunt her.

Looking for Jane is a searing, important, beautifully written novel about the choices we all make and where they lead us--as well as a wise and timely reminder of the difficult road women had to walk not so long ago (Kristin Harmel, New York Times bestselling author).

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