Blood Sisters

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Viking, 1992 - Fiction - 309 pages
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The author of Love and Duty and Handsome Women presents a novel of passion and suspense--a moving story of four women coming of age in 1970's Colorado. Wall combines terrific storytelling with the page-turning intensity of the best psychological suspense fiction to create a riveting mystery that probes the boundaries between jealousy and deceit, of intimacy and its terrible unsuspected limits.

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User Review  - moonshineandrosefire - LibraryThing

Made blood sisters in the 1950's, when they were school girls, Jen, Helen, Bonnie and Libby take many different paths toward love, success, tragedy and heartbreak as they grow toward womanhood. I really enjoyed this book and will be looking for more by this author. I give it an A+! Read full review


User Review  - Jane Doe - Kirkus

Wall (Handsome Women, 1990; Love and Duty, 1988) serves up her usual—here, in the tale of four close female friends from adolescence through married middle age—and adds a ham-fisted twist of ... Read full review


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About the author (1992)

Judith Henry Wall is the author of several previous novels, including "The Girlfriends Club, My Mother's Daughter, If Love Were All, Blood Sisters, " and "Love and Duty." She lives in Norman, Oklahoma.

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