Playing Botticelli

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Berkley Books, Jan 1, 2001 - Fiction - 279 pages
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A refugee of the late '60s, Godiva Blue lives on the Gulf Coast of Florida with her 15-year old daughter, Dylan. Already unconventional, their lives take an unexpected turn when Dylan decides to search for the father she never knew.

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Artist Godiva Blue (n e Judy Blitch), a college student during the Vietnam War, had a brief love affair with a fellow protester, which resulted in the birth of a daughter, Dylan. When the novel opens ... Read full review


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Liza Nelson lives in Georgia. Her writing has appeared in Ploughshares, Glamour, and The New York Times.

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