Grace And Favor by Caroline Upcher

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Sisters Grace and Favor could not be more opposite, their lives indelibly marked by the tragic events that separated them decades earlier. Now they are about to meet, and everything they believe about their pasts, and perhaps themselves, will change. Favor lives with her husband and two teenagers in London. Brought up by her father--the charming owner of a prestigious British publishing house--she believes that her mother died during childbirth. Always curious about her missing sister, her hunger to find Grace is becoming an obsession. Grace, single, sophisticated, and successful in everything except relationships, leads a writer's solitary life on Long Island. Raised by foster parents, she doesn't understand why her unapproachable father left his entire fortune to her, why she is again choosing the wrong man to love--or why the truth about her past may shatter her reality--and either break or heal her heart. As Grace and Favor gradually reconnect the ties that bind, an unforgettable story unfolds a tale of complex desires and resentments that divide a family and the powerful love that pulls sisters back home.
 

About Caroline Upcher

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Upcher was born in London and raised in Africa and Paris. She worked in films and as a book editor and journalist before becoming a novelist.
 
Published July 1, 2001 by Kensington. 358 pages
Genres: Religion & Spirituality, Literature & Fiction, Humor & Entertainment. Fiction

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