Homecoming

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Thorndike Press, 1997 - Fiction - 229 pages
13 Reviews
It's a crisp December day when Annette Byrne walks to her mailbox and quickly drops in five sealed envelopes. Her estranged family -- intimate enemies -- will be gathered at her estate for the first time in ten years. As the ill-fated meeting hurtles toward a bitter and abrupt conclusion, not even Annette's indomitable will can heal the rift -- until a shattering event alters the landscape forever...

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User Review  - Carol Kraus - Goodreads

Another book I purchased many years ago but had not read. It was a very easy and quick read. It's ending was a little too good to be real but it does make you think about the importance of family and trying to keep it together when times get tough. I definitely enjoyed it. Read full review

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User Review  - Colleen Semanek - Goodreads

I agree with another reviewer - I enjoyed the beginning and much of the middle, but it wrapped up way too quickly and easily. At first I was thinking I forgot how much I enjoyed Belva Plain as it has ... Read full review

Contents

Section 1
7
Section 2
13
Section 3
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About the author (1997)

Belva Plain lives in northern New Jersey. She is the author of the bestselling novels "Evergreen", "Random Winds", "Eden Burning", "Crescent City", "The Golden Cup", "Tapestry", "Blessings", "Harvest", "Treasures", "Whispers", "Daybreak", "The Carousel", "Promises", "Secrecy", "Homecoming", "Legacy of Silence", "Fortune's Hand", and "After the Fire".

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