A Daughter's Promise

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Kensington Publishing Corporation, Oct 1, 1989 - Fiction - 637 pages
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When their beloved was wrongfully accused of murder and lynched by a mob, Laura and Iris fled Magnolia, Georgia, in terror, heading for New York to build new lives. And through lives blessed with love and torn by grief, the two sisters struggled to be true to A Daughter's Promise.

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Basing its opening on the real-life Mary Phagan/Leo Frank murder case, this novel tells of Laura and Iris, orphaned daughters of a Southern Jew, who was lynched after being unjustly convicted of ... Read full review

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About the author (1989)

Julie Ellis was born in Columbus, Georgia in 1933. Before becoming a full-time author, she acted in Off-Broadway shows and wrote radio and television scripts. Her first novel was published in 1960 and from then to 1974, she wrote 143 contemporary, gothic and romantic suspense novels including Eden, The Only Sin, Savage Oaks, and The Hampton Women.

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