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An Act of Love Nancy Thayer 0312154712 9780312154714 Linda and Owen McFarland have been happily married for seven years. During that time, Owens son Bruce has grown into a handsome high school senior, and Lindas daughter Emily has
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An Act of Love by Nancy Thayer

Linda and Owen McFarland have been happily married for seven years. During that time, Owens son Bruce has grown into a handsome high school senior, and Lindas daughter Emily has come to love her new family. Both children are at a boarding school they love; Owen and Linda, novelists, work at home on Owens beautiful Massachusetts farm.<P>Just before Thanksgiving, Emily attempts suicide and is taken to a local psychiatric ward. Emily confesses that in late summer, Bruce raped her. Bruce swears he did not. Who is lying? Who is telling the truth? There is no way to prove either childs statement. Owen and Linda must believe their children and change their entire lives accordingly.

Author: Nancy Thayer

Language: English

Edition: 1st

Binding: Hardcover

Pages: 245

Publisher: St Martins Pr

Publication Date: 1997-09-01

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ISBN: 0312154712


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