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by Angie Daniels

Genre: Mainstream, Multicultural

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Daniels' narrative bounces between the viewpoints of three friends, but it's most interesting when they all come together. While the whole plot is engaging, the story really takes off when one of them is accused of murder.

Renee is a successful author of erotic novels but she's miserable
in her marriage. Danielle's daughter has developed a habit of telling one
lie after another -- and when she
gets pregnant, Danny doesn't know what to believe. And Kayla is finally realizing that she's in a dead-end
relationship with a married man.

These three women don't always agree, and their bond of friendship is put to the test when one of them is accused
of murder. There's never any question of their friend's innocence, but will anyone else believe them? (DAFINA, Sep., 320 pp., $14.00)

Reviewed By: Jacqui McGugins

Publisher: Dafina

Published: September 2007

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