Postcards from Berlin: a novel

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RB Large Print, 2003 - Fiction - 406 pages
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Catriona Lydgate is a housewife with two children and an adoring husband. But beneath the surface of her seemingly perfect life are the dark secrets of the past she's tried to forget. Disturbing postcards begin arriving in the mail; she is recognized by a man who knew her from her past--an avalanche of small moments that will threaten everything she thought was real.

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POSTCARDS FROM BERLIN

User Review  - Jane Doe - Kirkus

Mother battles the medical establishment when her child comes down with a mysterious illness—in this indictment of the British health care system.At 13, artistically gifted Catriona Lydgate was ... Read full review

Postcards from Berlin: a novel

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On the surface, Catriona (Cat) Lydgate enjoys a contented, middle-class life with a devoted husband, two lovely daughters, an elegant home, and a room to call her own: an attic where she dabbles at ... Read full review

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Section 2
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Section 3
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