Treasures by Belva Plain

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A story of family . . . the Osbornes--two sisters and a brother--united by family ties but split apart by different dreams.  Lara, the happy young wife, longs for the family that will make her life whole.  Connie, wild and lovely, is more like her brother Eddy--bright, ambitious, and ready to seize all that life has to offer.  A story of choices . . . .  Connie is looking for wealth--to make or to marry.  Lara, staying behind in a small Ohio town, finds everything she cherishes threatened by fate and by her own blind commitment.  And Eddy, as Wall Street's "wonder boy," can make millions . . . if he ruthlessly uses his family and friends.  A story of marriages . . . .  Lara's held together by devotion, Connie's shattered by infidelity and betrayal, and Eddy's rocked by shame and prison.  Torn by conflicting loyalties, they are a family caught in the tides of scandal . . . and swept toward a fate where dreams may end or be born again . . .
 

About Belva Plain

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Belva Plain lives in northern New Jersey. She is the author of the" New York Times" bestselling novels Evergreen, Random Winds, Eden Burning, Crescent City, The Golden Cup, Tapestry, Blessings, Harvest, Treasures, Whispers, Daybreak, The Carousel, Promises, Secrecy, Homecoming, Legacy of Silence, Fortune's Hand, After the Fire, and Looking Back. "From the Hardcover edition.
 
Published February 1, 1992 by Delacorte Press. 418 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction, Romance, Mystery, Thriller & Suspense. Fiction

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Bestseller Plain's ( Harvest ) fast, absorbing family saga makes hay with the scandals and excesses that have prompted the latest backlash against Wall Street. As it opens, the three Osborne siblings

Feb 03 1992 | Read Full Review of Treasures

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Besides the outdoor bounty, there are indoor treasures at a variety of museums: a splendid corporate collection received as a gift, a show of French decorative masterpieces, a quirky book-art exhibition, the work of a redoubtable floral painter, a wry show about family values, an assemblage of gr...

Jul 26 2002 | Read Full Review of Treasures

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TREASURES OF SACRED MAYA KINGS," at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, gets a big gold "A" for truth in advertising, at least as far as its treasures go.

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Bestseller Plain's ( Harvest ) fast, absorbing family saga makes hay with the scandals and excesses that have prompted the latest backlash against Wall Street.

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