Danielle Steel’s ‘Neighbors’ Is A Love Letter to San Francisco [REVIEW]

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When an earthquake rattles San Francisco, neighbors meet one another for the first time in Danielle Steel’s latest novel. (Photo courtesy Canva)

A reclusive film star has done her best to disappear into anonymity. When a natural disaster strikes, however, she feels compelled to open her gates and come out of hiding to lend others a helping hand. But her generosity will have lasting repercussions for both her and those she assists. Is she ready to face the world once again? Find out in Danielle Steel’s Neighbors.

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J. A. Jance’s ‘Cold Betrayal’ Brings Serious Social Issues To Light

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J. A. Jance (Photo courtesy Mary Ann Halpin Studios)

J.A. Jance doesn’t hold back any punches in her latest novel, Cold Betrayal. Read more of this post