The Night the Lights Went Out by Karen White. Published by Berkley 

Merilee Talbot Dunlap is trying to move on after an ugly divorce, no easy task with someone blogging the intimate details of why her marriage fell apart. She and her children head to Sweet Apple, Georgia where Merilee rents a small house from town matriarch Sugar Prescott and makes  a new friend in Heather. Sweet Apple seems to be just like any other upper middle class town, but there are plenty of secrets in this little enclave and Sugar, who sees something of herself Merilee, shares some of those secrets with the younger woman. White does such an amazing job portraying women’s friendships and the modern south. As always, she provides an exemplary read

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