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A Sisters' Tale

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‘Come, Mims – follow me to the fish counter.’ Each Friday they carefully select the fish that most resembles someone in their shared past. With its mischievous black humour, A Sisters’ Tale is a wicked yet poignant story about the powerful bond between sisters. Mia – dumpy, earthy, responsible – and Gabriella – flighty, a spoilt prima donna – find themselves alone together ...more
Kindle Edition, 240 pages
Published May 17th 2012
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Elaine
May 25, 2014 Elaine rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
A charming tale about Mia and Gabby, two Jewish sisters in their early 50s who reminisice about their lives.

Mia is the older sister, the one who has always had to look after everyone else following the death of their father. She was the one who was expected to stay at home to look after mum, who conveniently took to her bed, and also look after little sister Gabby. She is the sensible one, the one with a good head on her shoulders but whilst she does her duty, all the time she is yearning for a
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