Bone Truth: A Novel
Engaging and entertaining, Bone Truth is the story of a woman about to start a new life. But Elizabeth Etters' present is filled with complex choices and her past with even more persistent questions. Whether about the McCarthy era of her Communist Party parents or her contemporary relationship with a young artist, Bone Truth is a novel of reconciliation, failure, love, courage, compromise, and passion.
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