Next of Kin
In this searing novel of family, grief, and memory, a Canadian Jewish family is flung back together by the loss of one of its members at the hands of a drunken driver. The bereaved must now strive to keep alive the memory of Esther Persky-sister, wife and mother. "The author brings us so completely into her characters' lives that we cannot help but care about every occurrence."-Publishers Weekly
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