True Colors by Doris Mortman

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Doris Mortman, author of the best-selling novels First Born, Rightfully Mine and The Wild Rose, returns with a compelling story set amid the glamorous international art scene, about a gifted young artist who is haunted by the memory of her mother's brutal murder.

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Author Doris Mortman lives in New Jersey with her family. Many of her works have appeared on the New York Times bestseller list, including True Colors, Rightfully Mine, First Born, and Circles.
Published December 27, 1994 by Crown. 553 pages
Genres: Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Isabelle moves to New York and quickly skyrockets to the top of the international art scene.

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Meanwhile, Isabelle has assuaged her grief over her parents' deaths through her art, evolving into the ``most sensual, accessible artist since Georgia O'Keeffe.'' Nina and Isabelle cross paths repeatedly, if not amiably, with Nina's ascendance as a society reporter allowing her to perform hatchet...

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