Books by Susan Perabo

THE FALL OF LISA BELLOW by Susan Perabo
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: March 14, 2017

"The texture of family life as it unravels, then begins to regenerate, is conveyed with unflinching clarity and redemptive good humor."
Two eighth-graders witness an armed robbery in a sandwich shop. One is taken, the other left behind—making her a very lucky, very troubled girl. Read full book review >
WHY THEY RUN THE WAY THEY DO by Susan Perabo
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: Feb. 16, 2016

"These ingenious and lovable stories crack open the world."
Tragedies big and small are faced with indomitable wit in 12 stories. Read full book review >
THE BROKEN PLACES by Susan Perabo
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: Aug. 8, 2001

"A villainless media-bashing feel-gooder that reads like a pitch to Ron Howard, who unfortunately already did firemen."
A lukewarm first novel from Perabo (stories: Who I Was Supposed to Be, 1999) that tries to capture and criticize small-town America, in a plot-heavy story of a firefighter vaulted into fame by catastrophe. Read full book review >