Belonging by Larraine Segil

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This moving novel sweeps from South Africa to London to Los Angeles from one woman's struggle to become a surgeon to the other's rise in the fast track of big business .....through all the challenges that life presents. It is the story of a friendship that spans 30 years, of two unlikely friends, one black and a child of poverty, the other white and a child of privilege and how politics, ambition, success and failure teach each about the other's perception of reality.

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LARRAINE SEGIL is one of the world's top thought leaders in alliance methodology. Her executive education course on alliances at the California Institute of Technology has been the leading course on the subject for the past eighteen years. Her insights into Internet alliances led Fast Company to call her "the real Internet deal." She is a commentator for CNN, CNBC, and Fox News, as well as an online correspondent for Mergers and Acquisitions Advisor. A partner with The Lared Group and CEO of Larraine Segil Productions, Inc., in Los Angeles, Ms. Segil speaks to more than 30,000 executives worldwide each year.
Published August 28, 2000 by iUniverse. 416 pages
Genres: Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Both women eventually leave their native country and find their identities through successful careers, Carolyn as a London doctor and Gyneth as a Los Angeles social planner, but their friendship is torn apart when Gyneth inadvertently betrays Carolyn.

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