Not since her classic Three Women at the Water's Edge has Thayer created a generational novel this memorable. Beginning with a woman traveling alone in Europe, on her own for the first time in her life, this novel crosses continents and half a century--from WWII to a turning point in American history.
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FAMILY SECRETSUser Review - Jane Doe - Kirkus
Thayer's back in form here with a story about mothers and daughters that will remind fans of her earlier, much-admired Three Women at the Water's Edge (1981)—except that, this time, there's less ... Read full review
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Diane, a successful jewelry designer, is flanked on both sides by a mother and daughter whose choices in life she finds hard to understand. Her recently widowed mother, Jean, wanders through Europe ... Read full review