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The Coach House by Florence Osmund
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it was amazing

Coach House and its sequel, Daughters are a novel and its sequel that deals with identity grounded in so many areas—family, race, ethnicity, religion. What happens when you don’t know who your father is or what his race is? Those around main character Marie Costa seem to be confronted with the same issues—missing parents, spouses that leave, unidentified children. Add organized crime and corrupt police officers and you will find yourself enjoying two well-written novels that explore all of these. Osburne handles honestly and without rancor a variety of characters’ views of race, religion and gender in the US in post WWII era and the problems in forming relationships because of these concerns.
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October 13, 2018 – Shelved

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