The Tiger In The House By Jacqueline Sheehan

Apr 14, 2017

Jacqueline Sheehan is the acclaimed author of The Center of the World and other bestselling novels. In addition to being a fiction writer and essayist, she is also a psychologist. She lives in Western, MA.

In her new book, The Tiger in the House, Delia Lamont has had it. Though she loves her job at Portland, Maine's child services agency, its frustrations have left her feeling burned out and restless. She's ready to join her carefree sister Juniper and start a seaside bakery, celebrating and serving life's sweetness for a change.

Then the call comes: a five-year-old girl has been found at the side of the road. She reveals that her first name is Hayley, but little more. The only clues to her family lead to a shadowy web of danger that reaches closer to Delia herself than she would ever guess.

The Tiger in the House is Odyssey Bookshop’s “Open Fiction Book Group” book this month and there will be a discussion about the novel on Monday, April 17th at the bookstore in South Hadley, MA.