Indies Introduce


  • Tangerine, Christine Mangan
    Ecco, 9780062686664, March 20, 2018 (Fiction)

    “I couldn’t put Tangerine down! It gives you a dark, sometimes sinister vibe that’s hard to shake—a far cry from other tales of close friendship between women who were college roommates. By leaving you in suspense until the very end over exactly what happened between them, Christine Mangan creates tension as the secrets between the women come to light. I wanted to dive inside the world of this book, even as the characters fought to escape it.”

    -Abby Fennewald, BookPeople (Austin, TX)

    “Tangerine is a superbly written journey of the relationship between two young women and the power of love and loss. The book goes in directions unexpected and satisfying while engaging the reader by presenting mesmerizing psychological watercolors of deep subtlety. I got lost in this book.”

    -Chris Morrow, Northshire Bookstore (Manchester Center, VT)

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