Dear Stranger, Dearest Friend

Dear Stranger, Dearest Friend

Large Print - 2001
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A balanced blend of fiction and nonfiction that offers inspiration and encouragement without reference to a particular faith or religion. The various genres of fiction feature characters who reap rewards or consequences appropriate to their actions. The diverse selection of nonfiction echoes today's discussions of ethics, values, and morals.Lara is a smart, sophisticated New Yorker who is frightened about her future. In search of answers, she goes on-line and meets Susan, a strong and steady, no-frills Midwesterner. No two women could be less alike. Yet, from the moment they connect, it's clear that they share something deep and important. Vivid, funny, original, and profoundly moving, Laney Katz Becker's magnificent debut novel is sure to be a classic, an intimate portrait of two complete strangers who become soul mates across hundreds of miles, and who discover the strength and the will to reach out for the wondrous stuff of life.
Publisher: Thorndike, Me. : G.K. Hall, 2001, c2000
ISBN: 9780783894034
Branch Call Number: Fiction
Characteristics: 381 p. (large print) ; 24 cm


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