The Cameron Women


The Cameron Women

A book club’s must-read novel, this is the story of good women facing hard stuff. 
Alcoholism. Infertility. Breast cancer. And a Me Too trauma long kept secret. It’s about three Cameron women–Ellie the mother, Kate and Jamie her daughters–waging their individual battles with both fear and courage. Despair and hope.

It all starts in a honey-colored log cabin behind The Sandpiper that overlooks Lake Michigan where the novel’s heartbeat Nina Judd lives–Aunt Nina who will walk with the Cameron women through “the valley of the shadow.” Readers will share the dark days with them, sometimes crying, often laughing–and then, after a brutal murder goes unsolved, experience their fear. Yet through it all, readers will wish they had their own Aunt Nina as they root for the Cameron women from page one to the end.


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A tender, poignant, purposeful story that deals with the pain and process of addiction. The characters are so real, they become your friends. Lovell’s talent for descriptive writing shines here. The cover is so perfect, you’ll want to keep the book on your coffee table long after you have enjoyed reading the book. In addition, buying this book will benefit a very worthy cause. 

– jackie b.


I am loving this book. It’s hard to put down. Everyone knows someone who suffers from addiction and this story helps you truly understand what they feel and how difficult it is to deal with the emotions that rule them.
Having grown up with an alcoholic father who died at the age of 48 I could truly relate to the family.
This would be a wonderful book for a book club discussion .

– Janet l.

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