In My Mother's House
A compelling novel of mothers and daughters torn apart by loss and twisted emotions, In My Mother's House sweeps from the brownstones of turn-of-the-century New York to the stately farmlands of Connecticut, to explore a woman's shame, a family's deceit, and a final act of love.
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Review: In My Mother's HouseUser Review - Lynn D'onofrio - Goodreads
Love reading books that start in the 1800's. am loving this one. Read full review
Review: In My Mother's HouseUser Review - Anne - Goodreads
A surprising book that covered the lives of three generations of women and a bond between their lives. It is set in New England, spanning the family's history from the late 1800's until the 1970s. It ... Read full review
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Her books include Island Justice and In My Mother's House; and for children, The Castle In The Attic and Shoes. "Steeples is a splendid book. ...
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... Syndicated Fiction Award winner and popular children's author Winthrop (In My Mother's House) delivers an illuminating story of a crisis of community. ...
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Alcoholism often plays a role in the male sexual abuse that affects the lives of three generations of women in Elizabeth Winthrop's In My Mother's House ...
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