Staff Picks: Steve Earle, 'You Are My Only' & 'Chester County Fiction'
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You Are My Only
By Beth Kephart
Egmont USA, 240 pages
“I am not fine,” says Emmy Rane. “Someone is out there with my baby.” Rane, the central character of Beth Kephart’s You Are My Only, experiences a mother’s worst nightmare when her child is taken away from her in an instant. More than a decade later, reclusive teen Sophie searches for clues from her past and discovers life-changing secrets along the way. With a story seemingly ripped from the headlines, the award-winning author and Main Line Today contributor spares readers the sensationalism and, instead, seamlessly weaves the dual narratives into a plot that races toward a stunning finish. —Emily Riley