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Mothers and Daughters

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Living for rock 'n' roll but lumbered with their mothers' dreams, 'Mothers and Daughters' is the story of the shared experiences of Connie, Joy and Rosa as they attempt to forge their own destinies
Paperback, 544 pages
Published January 1st 2009 by Avon Books
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Dianne Selwood
So enjoyed reading this book, the follow on after War Widows. Loved catching up with the characters, couldn't put it down!
Really enjoyed this book. Very much like Maeve Binchy. The story gently unfolds with you getting increasingly enfolded in the characters lives.
Leah Anderson
It was ok. Finished the book, but I didn't really 'love' any particular character, and no real climax or pace to the book.
June Churchill
Another excellent read
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