Blue Glass

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Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, 1992 - Fiction - 293 pages
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At ten, Leslie believes her mother can do no wrong-because Marion Flynn is just about perfect. Only when the family summers at Indian Lake does Leslie begin to suspect that her mother may not be the tower of strength Leslie had thought. For beneath Marion's charm lies an insecurity that threatens to shred the bonds of one closely knit family.

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Hmmmm.......I picked this up just walking the aisles of the library stacks. The book flows along well covering major parts of evolving mother/daughter multi-generational relationships. I'm not sure ... Read full review

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This first novel explores the turbulent interactions between a mother and her adolescent daughter. At first, Leslie Flynn worships her mother Marion, but when she gets older she finds that "I did wish ... Read full review


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