Flowers for My Sister's Funeral
A touching story about broken bonds between siblings who were estranged in childhood by tragic circumstances then reunited in mid-life, Flowers For My Sister's Funeral explores family relationships and the experiences that test them. While suffering from a serious illness, Desiree Diamond shares the tragic story of her life since leaving the family. Through a series of moving accounts she reveals both shocking family secrets and her undying love for her younger sisters and brother. Ruby, one of Desiree's sisters, embraces the responsibility of caring for her and in that process she learns to love Desiree again and discovers the romantic love that has been missing in her life.
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