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MY SISTER DILLY
by Maureen Lang

Genre: Inspirational, Mainstream

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Lang's in-depth characters and their strong sisterly bond are emotionally engrossing. While she never specifically states what happened, it is easy to feel Dilly's pain in regard to Sierra. This book is inspired by a combination of true stories.

Hannah Williams couldn't
wait to leave her small Illinois hometown for a fast-paced life in California. But when her sister, Dilly, is set for release from prison, the guilt Hannah has felt for six years causes her to return. She leaves behind her job and the man she's afraid to admit that she loves.

After serving time for attempted murder, Dilly wants to see her daughter, Sierra, but the girl's grandmother is determined to keep Dilly as far away from Sierra as possible. It will take faith, courage and support for Dilly to claim the life she desires. (TYNDALE, Nov., 350
pp., $12.99)

Reviewed By: Leslie L. McKee

Publisher: Tyndale

Published: November 2008

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