How to be lost: a novel

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RB Large Print, 2004 - Large type books - 294 pages
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The Winters family seemed to have it all: a grand home, a trio of radiant daughters, and a sense that they were safe in their affluent corner of America. But when five-year-old Ellie disappears, the fault lines within the Winters family are exposed. Fifteen years later, Caroline, now a New Orleans cocktail waitress, sees a photograph of a woman in People Magazine. Convinced that it is Ellie all grown up, Caroline embarks on a search for her missing sister.

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User Review  - viviennestrauss - LibraryThing

Loved it! Had a hard time getting anything else done, just wanted to get back to this book. Well written, emotional and all around great story. Favorite line : Maybe that's what love is, in the end: a shared illusion of safety. Read full review

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User Review  - bookczuk - LibraryThing

I picked this novel up at a Friends of the Library book sale. When it actually came to reading it, I kept putting it off, thinking it would be depressing and sad. What it turned out to be was actually ... Read full review


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