b'The Forgotten Life of Eva GordonA NovelLinda MacKillopEva wants to run away from her lifeif only she could remember howF ailing memory has forced Eva Gordon to move in with her granddaughter, Breezy. But Eva hates the bustle of Boston. All she wants to do is move back to her quiet, cozy Cape Cod home and be left alone. Then Breezy announces shes getting married, and theyll be moving to her husbands rundown family farm, where he lives with an elderly uncle. Theyll be one big familybut only Breezy and Brent think itll be a happy one. Its all too much for Eva. Too much change, too much togeth-erness, too much of an overcrowded life she never wanted. But as her desire for privacy collides with her worsening memory, Eva may find herself in a pickle she cant get out of. Can an unlikely cast of misfit characters step in to woo Eva from her self-imposed isolation? Fans of A Man Called Ove will appreciate Evas predicament and enjoy the poignant, hilarious, and intergenerational rescue effort to save her from herself. Linda MacKillop holds an MFA in Creative Writing and is a member of the Redbud Writers Guild. Her articles and essays have appeared in magazines and journals such as The MacGuffin and Relief Journal, and her writing has been nominated for both the Pushcart Prize and Best American Essays. This is her first novel. Linda makes her home in Wheaton, Illinois. Discover more at lindamackillop.com. RELATED TITLESUNIQUE SELLING POINTS Perfect for fans of Fredrik Backman,978-0-8254-4732-7$15.99Erin Bartels, and Susie FinkbeinerPaperback5.5 x 8.5272 pages Offers hope for healing broken relation- FICTION / Christian / Contemporaryships through community Kregel PublicationsRights: WorldMay 17, 2022 Debut novelist with a strong back-ground in creative nonfiction If We Make It Home The Unlikely Yarn of the 978-0-8254-4495-1$14.99 Dragon Lady978-0-8254-4702-0$15.998 www.kregel.com'