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It’s 1956, and working mother Ava Lark and her son, Lewis, have rented a house in a less-than-welcoming Boston suburb. There, Lewis finds he is only able to befriend the other fatherless kids on the block, Jimmy and Rose. But when Jimmy goes missing, neighborhood paranoia ramps to new heights, further ostracizing Ava and Lewis.

Lewis never recovers from the loss of his childhood friend. In his twenties, he is a failure in love, living without direction, estranged from his mother. When Jimmy’s disappearance is unexpectedly solved, however, Lewis, Rose, and Ava are thrown together once more to try to untangle the remaining pieces of the puzzle and reclaim something of what they have lost.

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Quotes & Awards

  • “I found myself repeating the words out loud, Is This Tomorrow is the novel you need to read today.

    Jodi Picoult

  • “An intimate meditation on time, loss and destiny.”

    Stewart O’Nan, author of Emily, Alone

  • “Not only is Leavitt an incredibly accomplished novelist, she’s also a crackerjack human being.

    Huffington Post

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About the Author
Author Caroline Leavitt

Caroline Leavitt is an American novelist. Leavitt is the recipient of a New York Foundation for the Arts Award in Fiction, and a Goldenberg Fiction Prize. She was also a National Magazine Award Nominee in Personal Essay, a finalist in the Nickelodeon Screenwriting Awards and a quarter finalist in the Fade In/Writers’ Net screenplay competition. A book critic for the Boston Globe, and People, she has also published in New York Magazine, Psychology Today, Redbook, Parenting, and more. She lives in Hoboken, New Jersey with the music journalist and author Jeff Tamarkin and their son.