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Lost Daughters

By Mary Monroe

A New York Times Bestselling Author -- From the "master storyteller" (Philadelphia Inquirer) and Author -- of Mama Ruby comes the long- awaited, spectacular sequel to The Upper Room-- the trailblazing book that launched Mary Monroe's literary career. Maureen Montgomery still can't believe she was able to break away from her dominating Mama Ruby. Her happy, secure life with her husband Mel is more than Maureen ever dared hope for. And helping her pretty teenage daughter Loretta achieve her modeling dreams helps Maureen keep her bizarre childhood and disturbing memories firmly behind her. Until Mel and Loretta run off together, claiming they're in love.

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Publish Date

2013

ISBN

0758274726


Format: Book
Author: Monroe, Mary
Summary: When her new husband Mel and her daughter Lorretta, an aspiring model, run off together, claiming they are in love, Maureen Montgomery must confront her tragic past to find the strength to overcome this devastating betrayal and make a new life for herself that is all her own.
Title: Lost daughters / Mary Monroe.
Publisher Date: New York, NY : Dafina Books, 2013.
Subject: African American women -- Fiction Betrayal -- Fiction Florida -- Fiction
Isbn: 0758274726 9780758274724
Current Holds: 0
System Items Available: 2
System Items Total: 11
Call Number: F Monroe
Oclc: 812068683
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Bib Id: 431874

Format: Book
Author: Monroe, Mary
Summary: When her new husband Mel and her daughter Lorretta, an aspiring model, run off together, claiming they are in love, Maureen Montgomery must confront her tragic past to find the strength to overcome this devastating betrayal and make a new life for herself that is all her own.
Title: Lost daughters / Mary Monroe.
Publisher, Date: New York, NY : Dafina Books, 2013.
Description: 392 p. ; 24 cm.
Subjects: African American women -- Fiction
Subjects: Betrayal -- Fiction
Subjects: Florida -- Fiction
Genre: Domestic fiction.
Notes: "A Mama Ruby novel"--Jacket.
Notes: Sequel to: The upper room.
Notes: Includes discussion questions.
ISBN: 0758274726
ISBN: 9780758274724
Requests: 0
Available Copies: 2
Total Copies: 11
Call Number: F Monroe