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Contrition by Maura Weiler
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Maura Weiler, AM'93

From our pages, May–June/15: "Everything changed for Dorie McKenna, the protagonist of Maura Weiler’s debut novel, when she made two startling discoveries: her biological father was a famous artist, and she was separated at birth from a twin sister, Catherine Wagner, who inherited their father’s talents. Dorie, a tabloid journalist, is eager to share Catherine’s paintings with the world. But as a cloistered nun, Catherine sn’t interested. Dorie’s quest takes her undercover in Catherine’s convent—and where the sisters clash over the meaning and purpose of art."
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October 6, 2014 – Shelved
October 6, 2014 – Shelved as: humanities-division

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