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New York Times bestselling author Lisa Scottoline’s Save Me, an emotional and fast-paced novel about a mother’s split-second decision, is out in paperback and our Red Hot Book of the Week.

About Save Me Save Me by Lisa Scottoline

A mother’s split-second decision

Save Me grips you tightly from page one and refuses to let go as you take an emotional and thought-provoking journey with Rose McKenna, a mother who makes a split-second decision that changes everything and begs the question — what would you have done if you were her?

A mother’s dilemma

The day Rose McKenna volunteers in her daughter’s cafeteria is the day everything changes. Rose wants to help out in order to keep a close eye on her daughter, Melly, a child who was born with a facial birthmark, who has become the target of insults from mean girls. Rose wonders if she should step in to protect her daughter or be making the situation worse.

A mother’s courage

Rose is about to get involved when the bully attacks her daughter yet again — but right then, the unthinkable happens. Rose finds herself in a nightmare, faced with an emergency decision that no mother should ever have to make. What she decides derails Rose’s life and jeopardizes everyone she holds dear, until she takes matters into her own hands and lays her life on the line to save her child, her family, her marriage — and herself.

Save Me satisfies

Called one of Scottoline’s most powerful and stirring novels yet, Save Me, will have you biting your nails until the very last page.

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