Amnesty: a novel

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Alyson Publications, 1995 - Fiction - 206 pages
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When her father dies, Maura Jaegar emerges from seclusion in rural Pennsylvania and returns to her small hometown, where she must come to terms with her brother's death in Vietnam, her troubled childhood, and her mother's disapproval of her homosexuality. IP.

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These two first novels illustrate how tricky and delicate it is to go home again out of family obligation and concern and to hang onto your self-respect once you get there--especially when you've been ... Read full review

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User Review  - Courtney - Goodreads

Loved this novel. It kept my interest. Classic story about families that make us and break us. Glad I stumbled across Louise Blum. Read full review

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