August 2018 Indie Next List
“This charming novel is told entirely in correspondence between Tina, a woman of a certain age in England who is questioning her place in the world after her best friend’s death, and Kristian, a Danish museum curator who is adrift after the death of his wife. As their correspondence evolves and their friendship develops, they realize that the world may have more to offer than they initially thought. Meet Me at the Museum is sweet without being cloying, gentle without insulting the reader’s intelligence, and a completely enjoyable read.”
— Carol Schneck Varner, Schuler Books, Okemos, MI
Winter 2019 Reading Group Indie Next List
“Perfect for those who loved The Unlikely Pilgrimage of Harold Fry or epistolary novels such as 84, Charing Cross Road. What starts as a somewhat academic correspondence between a curator of a museum in Denmark and a woman searching for meaning after a great loss becomes a relationship neither knew how much they needed. This one will be a great book club selection.”
— Holland Saltsman, The Novel Neighbor, Webster Groves, MO
About the Author
Anne Youngson is retired and lives in Oxfordshire. She has two children and three grandchildren to date. Meet Me at the Museum is her first novel and is being published around the world.