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MY SISTER’S VOICE
by Mary Carter

Genre: Mainstream, General Mainstream Fiction

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Carter’s latest contains compelling characters that you will want to root for. Numerous surprises keep the plot fresh and the reader engaged. An author Q&A and a reading-group guide are included.

Deaf artist Lacey Gears, who grew up in a home for disabled orphans, is 28 when she learns something shocking: She has an identical twin. She is certain her boyfriend is playing a practical joke on her — until she sees Monica.

Author Monica Bowman grew up in a seemingly perfect family. When Monica learns of Lacey, she wants nothing more than to be a part of her life. But Lacey is not so sure. How will they handle the real truth? (KENSINGTON, Jun., 318 pp., $15.00)

Reviewed By: Leslie L. McKee

Publisher: KENSINGTON

Published: June 2010

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