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The Twin's Daughter by Lauren Baratz-Logsted
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Mar 04, 2011

it was amazing

I couldn't put this book down... I had to keep reading to find out how it all turns out. A stranger shows up at Lucy's door one day, only she looks exactly like her own mother. However, the stranger is skinny, dishelved, and quiet. Lucy invites her in. Turns out she is her aunt, a twin sister that her mother never knew she had. The sister is welcomed into the home, fed, educated, dressed for society... everything is going well until Lucy can't tell her mother and her aunt apart. Soon a tragedy strikes and Lucy is kept guessing the true identity of her guardian. This book is amazing!

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