In My Mother's House
A compelling novel of mothers and daughters torn apart by loss and twisted emotions, In My Mother's House sweeps from the brownstones of turn-of-the-century New York to the stately farmlands of Connecticut, to explore a woman's shame, a family's deceit, and a final act of love.
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The trauma of child abuse forms the backdrop for this powerful first novel. Lydia, sexually molested until age 16, uses frenzied activity to keep herself away from the edge of the "black pit'' into ... Read full review