Books by Meg Mitchell Moore

THE CAPTAIN'S DAUGHTER by Meg Mitchell Moore
Released: July 18, 2017

"Moore raises some interesting issues about class and the importance of money to happiness, but by solving her characters' problems too neatly and painlessly she undercuts the novel's seriousness, turning it into a Lifetime matinee."
Moore (The Admissions, 2015, etc.) offers a mildly thoughtful, mainly comforting slice of domestic pie in this story of a wealthy woman who temporarily returns to the working-class town of her youth. Read full book review >
THE ADMISSIONS by Meg Mitchell Moore
Released: Sept. 1, 2015

"Moore's readers may find this book cuts a little too close to home."
The members of a high-achieving Marin County family face their fears: applying to college, blowing a deal, revealing their secrets. Read full book review >
SO FAR AWAY by Meg Mitchell Moore
Released: May 29, 2012

"The final pages dangle a plethora of loose ends, but they're unlikely to bother readers gripped by the novel's strong emotional content."
After a mild-mannered family-dramedy debut (The Arrivals, 2011), Moore gets way more intense in a novel that mingles the stories of a cyberbullied high school student, a guilt-ridden archivist and an Irish maid in the 1920s. Read full book review >
THE ARRIVALS by Meg Mitchell Moore
Released: May 25, 2011

"Reads like a glass of warm milk."
Moore debuts with an empty-nest dramedy about a couple in Burlington, Vt., whose three adult children return home for extended stays during one long but ultimately happy summer. Read full book review >