Books by Nancy Clark

Nancy Clark is a native of Massachusetts and a graduate of Trinity College. This is her first novel, and she is currently at work on a second novel about the Hill family. She lives in West Wilton, New Hampshire.


JULY AND AUGUST by Nancy Clark
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: June 10, 2008

"The Hills make amiable companions, but after awhile charm alone is not enough to sustain interest in a narrative of small moments lacking forward momentum."
A bucolic if bittersweet summer-long family reunion takes place nine years after a similar reunion that marked Clark's first novel in her trilogy about the Hills family of Towne, Mass (The Hills At Home, 2003). Read full book review >
A WAY FROM HOME by Nancy Clark
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: June 7, 2005

"Erudite evocations of time, people and place, all delivered in a dry and old-world voice, partly compensate for authorial excess and a vague narrative line."
Diamond-sharp social observation inspirits a literary romance. Read full book review >
THE HILLS AT HOME by Nancy Clark
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: Feb. 18, 2003

"Charming, old-fashioned, and leisurely: Reminiscent of Elizabeth Bowen or Muriel Spark, with petty strifes rendered truly as both comic (in their pettiness) and poignant (in their strife)."
A witty debut (first of a trilogy) about a New England clan whose members come together for a reunion—and can't quite manage to go home again. Read full book review >