The Bookshop at Water’s End by Patti Callahan Henry. Published by Berkley

After her marriage and her career as a doctor come disastrously apart, Bonny returns to the house in South Carolina where she spent the happiest years of her life. She and her best friend Lainey spent their summers, swimming and reading at a magical little local bookstore until the night Lainey’s mother disappeared. Now in their fifties, Bonny, her teenage daughter and Lainey and her children reacquaint  themselves with the town, the bookstore and it’s rather mysterious owner, Mimi. This book had all the elements I love, a sleepy Southern town, best friends, an unsolved mystery and a book shop where anything seems possible

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