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I'd give anything : a novel / Marisa de los Santos.

Ginny Beale is eighteen, irreverent, funny, and brave, with a brother she adores and a circle of friends for whom she would do anything. Because of one terrible night, she loses them all, and her adventurous spirit, seemingly forever. While the town cheers on the high school football team, someone sets the school's auditorium ablaze. Ginny's best friend Gray Marsden's father, a fire fighter, dies in the blaze. While many in the town believe a notoriously troubled local teen set the fire, Ginny makes a shattering discovery that casts blame on the person she trusts most in the world. Ginny tells no one, but the secret isolates her, looming between her and her friends and ruining their friendship.

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C9009052062 F DEL
Adult fiction   Stratford Branch . . Available .  
C9009052070 F DEL
Adult fiction   Stratford Branch . . On Hold-S .  
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ISBN 9780062844484 (hardback)
Author De los Santos, Marisa, 1966- author.
Title I'd give anything : a novel / Marisa de los Santos.
Edition First edition.
Published New York, NY : William Morrow, an imprint of HarperCollinsPublishers, [2020]
Physical description 260 pages ; 24 cm.
Series Love walked in 4
Summary Ginny Beale is eighteen, irreverent, funny, and brave, with a brother she adores and a circle of friends for whom she would do anything. Because of one terrible night, she loses them all, and her adventurous spirit, seemingly forever. While the town cheers on the high school football team, someone sets the school's auditorium ablaze. Ginny's best friend Gray Marsden's father, a fire fighter, dies in the blaze. While many in the town believe a notoriously troubled local teen set the fire, Ginny makes a shattering discovery that casts blame on the person she trusts most in the world. Ginny tells no one, but the secret isolates her, looming between her and her friends and ruining their friendship.
Subject Young women -- Fiction
Arson -- Fiction
Friendship -- Fiction
Secrecy -- Fiction
Forgiveness -- Fiction
Psychological fiction
Domestic fiction
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