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No place like home
Mary Higgins Clark
Adult Fiction CLARK

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Nam said:
This book was a great book. It was one of those books where you thought you knew what was gonna happen in the end but it takes a huge turn that makes it well worth reading.Suitable for adults and young adults.
posted Nov 14, 2010 at 12:44PM
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main characters Liza Barton
Age: 34
As a child she woke one morning to find her stepfather attacking her mother; she grabbed a gun for defense but accidentally killed her mother and wounded her stepfather; dubbed "Little Lizzie Borden"; taken away and almost convicted of murder; changed her name to Celia Foster Nolan; her husband bought her her childhood home not knowing she is really Lisa Barton and about her past; fights to keep her past secret, but people wind up dying.

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