Bloomington, MN (November 21, 2022)
Earning two Carol Awards as well as starred reviews from Library Journal and Booklist for her captivating debut, the epistolary Things We Didn’t Say (2020), and The Lines Between Us (2021), author Amy Lynn Green has won over audiences with her stunning WWII novels. Green’s ability to depict ordinary people facing extraordinary circumstances shines in her latest release perfect for book lovers, The Blackout Book Club.

The Blackout Book Club
Amy Lynn Green
Bethany House
Genres: Historical, World War II Fiction
Release Date: November 15, 2022

ISBN-10: ‎ 0764239562
ISBN-13: ‎ 978-0764239564

Book Summary:
An impulsive promise to her combat-bound brother lands Avis Montgomery the position of head librarian in small-town Maine. Never much of a reader herself, Avis starts a book club in hopes of keeping library doors open when dark times threaten to close them down.

At first glance, the rag-tag group of women who attend the first meeting couldn’t be more different. But as the women face personal challenges and band together as war comes dangerously close, they find they have more in common than they think.

As growing friendships are tested by secrets of the past and present, they must decide whether depending on each other is worth the cost. Transporting readers to a fascinating and complicated time in world history, Green highlights the power of story in this thoughtful tale that Susan Meissner and Lisa Wingate fans won’t want to miss.


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About The Author

Amy Lynn Green is a lifelong lover of books, history, and library cards. She works as a publicist by day and as a freelance writer on nights and weekends. She was the 2014 winner of the Family Fiction short story contest, and her articles have been featured in Crosswalk, Focus on the Family magazines, and other faith-based publications over the past 10 years. Amy has taught classes on marketing at writer’s conferences and regularly encourages established and aspiring authors in their publication journeys. Her debut historical fiction novel, is based on the WWII homefront of Minnesota, the state where she lives, works, and survives long winters.