A SISTER TO HONOR is on its way

Forthcoming from Berkley Books, January 2015. Preorder A Sister to Honor from my favorite book haven: The Bookstore in Lenox, MA (or from their digital link, Kobo), and receive a free copy to share with a friend. Or order from Indiebound, Barnes & Noble, Amazon, Powell’s, or iTunes. Audiobook available from all those sellers and from Recorded Books.


“Vivid, compelling, as ineluctable as a Greek tragedy, A Sister to Honor illuminates the complexity of globalism's cultural disjunctions. . . . Lucy Ferriss's nuanced insight enables us to see this story from all sides -- a rare achievement.” 
—Claire Messud, author of 
The Woman Upstairs

"If Khaled Hosseini was a woman, and very smart, and had played squash long enough to have knowledge of the force and arc of the overhead serve--but more important than anything else, if he had the love for daughters and the strength and wisdom of mothers, he could possibly have dreamed of writing A Sister to Honor."
Amitava Kumar, author of A Matter of Rats

"A collision of cultures between star-crossed lovers redefines the meaning of honor in this modern-day literary thriller.”
—A. Manette Ansay, author of Good Things I Wish You

"Though uncompromising in her vision, Lucy Ferriss is also generous, large-hearted.  A Sister to Honor is not just about hate and violence, but about love in its many forms—romantic, maternal, filial.”
—Lisa Zeidner, author of Love Bomb

“A powerful exploration of faith, family, and the deep cultural divides that threaten to destroy these in our modern world. Ferriss has written a remarkable novel that strikes the perfect balance between the global and the personal.”
Ivy Pochoda, author of Visitation Street


Published in February 2012, The Lost Daughter is a Book-of-the-Month Club pick and a Barnes & Noble bestseller. Available from The Bookstore, Kobo, Indiebound, Barnes & Noble, Amazon, Powell’s, or iTunes. Audiobook available from all those sellers and from Audible.


An unflinching study of parenthood . . . convincing, Franzen-style realism . . . A powerful domestic novel.
Kirkus Reviews




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