Mothers and daughters: celebrating the gift of love with 12 new stories

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Jill M. Morgan
Signet, Apr 21, 1998 - Fiction - 226 pages
7 Reviews
Just in time for Mother's Day, New York Times bestselling authors Diana Gabaldon, Sharyn McCrumb, Faye Kellerman, Joy Fielding, Linda Lael Miller, Eileen Goudge, and Anne McCaffrey collaborate with their daughters (all well known authors in their own right) on short stories in the original collection, "Mothers and Daughters". Each tale celebrates the joy of motherhood and the love of family, reminding us all of the special bond that women the whole world over share.

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User Review  - Deanna - Goodreads

Decided to read this because of stories by Diana Gabaldon and Faye Kellerman. Turned out to be a nice anthology, Loved Gabaldon's fantasy story. She never fails to write a good story. Faye Kellerman's ... Read full review

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User Review  - Shirley Barnes Sandridge - Goodreads

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About the author (1998)

Jill M. Morgan is the author of numerous novels and co-editor of various anthologies, including "Till Death Do Us Part,