The Congressman's Daughter

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Delacorte Press/S. Lawrence, 1986 - Fiction - 301 pages
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Alexandra Pearson, daughter of a shrewd, recently deceased politician, marries the treacherous Bryce MacPherson and experiences the poisonous effects of her father's lasting power until she discovers the promise of forbidden love

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Nova's fifth novel explores the father-daughter relationship of Alexandra Pearson and retired Congressman Harlow Pearson. Harlow dies soon after Alexandra returns home pregnant and unwed. His ... Read full review

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Nova has a gift for language, and he can use it to the detiment of his characters and narrative. Read full review


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Craig Nova is the author of nine widely praised & translated novels. He is the recipient of a Guggenheim Fellowship. Nova lives in Vermont.

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