Living in Glass Houses

Living in Glass Houses is a contemporary story about three friends, all at a crossroads after discovering that even the best laid plans don’t always result in the life you want. It’s about navigating the murky waters of relationships and friendships and having the courage to make those hard, life-altering decisions which mark the difference between existing and living. More

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Words: 83,180
Language: American English
About Zoe McKnight

Zoe McKnight was born and raised in New York. After graduating from Hofstra University with a degree in business, she launched a career in marketing and public relations. She currently lives in New York City. Living in Glass Houses is her first novel. The sequel, What Happens in the Dark (working title), is scheduled for release in the Fall of 2012.

She describes her writing as contemporary women's fiction drizzled with suspense, wit and page-turning drama.

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