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Her brother's letters reveal everything-if only he'd written one to her.
Alice always thought she'd see her brother again. Rob ran away when he was fifteen, with so many years left to find his way home. But his funeral happened first.
Now that she has to clear out her childhood home in Georgia, the memories come flooding in, bringing with them an autopsy report showing her family's lies-and sealed, addressed letters from Rob.
In a search for answers to questions she's always been afraid to ask, Alice delivers the letters. Each dares her to open her eyes to her family's dark past-and her own role in it. But it's the last letter, addressed to her brother's final home in New Orleans, that will force her to choose if she'll let the secrets break her or finally bring her home.
Everything I Never Told You meets The Night Olivia Fell set against a vivid Southern backdrop, How to Bury Your Brother follows a sister coming to terms with the mystery behind her brother's disappearance and death.
“The debut novel, How to Bury Your Brother is both wise and captivating…This is a book, and an author, who will grab your heart and not let go even after the very last page.” —PATTI CALLAHAN HENRY, New York Times bestselling author
“Lindsey Rogers Cook has penned a deeply felt novel that unspools the threads of secrets long-buried beneath the seemingly sunny surface of one Southern family. Readers will find themselves immersed in Alice's quest, and rooting for her to discover the real meaning of home.” —MARY KAY ANDREWS, New York Times bestselling author
“Brilliantly plotted and beautifully written, How to Bury Your Brother questions how well we really know the people we love—and whether it’s ever too late to learn the truth. An unforgettable debut.” —KRISTY WOODSON HARVEY, bestselling author of Slightly South of Simple
“How to Bury your Brother explores what happens when a lifetime of secrets pushes one woman to the breaking point. Both heartbreaking and hopeful, Alice's journey to find the truth about her brother's death uncovers more about her family—and about herself—than she ever bargained for. A must-read.” —HALEY HARRIGAN, author of Secrets of Southern Girls “How to Bury Your Brother is a beautifully crafted novel about the tethers of family, the wounds of dysfunction, and the persistence of truth. Lindsey Rogers Cook brilliantly uses the power of place to remind us of what we might find when we truly go home.” —SARAH ENDERLIN HEALY, author of The Sisters Chase