THERE’S MORE THAN ONE WAY HOME is available in trade paperback on Amazon, Barnes & Noble, or at any bookstore in America, and is also available as a Kindle ebook.
Anna Kagen seems to have it all: She’s young, beautiful, and married to a wealthy, prominent man.
But within the walls of her San Francisco mansion, she spends her time dodging her husband’s barbs and hunting down potential friends for her son, Jack, a 10-year-old on the autistic spectrum.That old life suddenly seems idyllic when, on a school field trip, she makes the small error in judgment that sets in motion a chain of events that leads to another boy’s death. Suddenly Jack is a suspect, her husband’s career is in jeopardy, and Anna has to choose between loyalty to her son … and what may be her one chance at happiness.
DONNA LEVIN is the author of two acclaimed previous novels, Extraordinary Means (William Morrow) and California Street (Simon & Schuster), both of which were optioned for film. She has written for the San Francisco Chronicle and the San Francisco Independent. She lives in San Francisco.
“There’s More Than One Way Home is that rare thing – an original story. In an extraordinary setting, the deepest human emotion and fears come to the fore in a curiously captivating and unexpected way.”
-– Jacquelyn Mitchard, author, Oprah Book Club® Selection novel, The Deep End of the Ocean (Penguin Books)
“A witty, modern voice delivers a captivating tale about a mysterious death.”
-– Kirkus Reviews
“This standout book delivers a tightly woven plot that unwinds through dramatic scenes rendered with depth … this is a smart, wise and big-hearted book…. There’s More Than One Way Home could easily be a bestseller.”
— Booklist (starred review)
“Have you ever fallen in love with an author for the first time through their third, or fourth, or even fifth book and wondered: where have you been all my life and why didn’t I discover you sooner?! (And then proceeded to buy everythingt hey’ve ever written?) …. Donna Levin’s There’s More Than One Way Home shedslight on the misunderstanding and hostility that so many people, especiallyyoung people, with disabilities face.”