Brother and Sister

Brother and Sister

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By (author) Joanna Trollope

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  • Publisher: Black Swan
  • Format: Paperback | 368 pages
  • Dimensions: 126mm x 192mm x 30mm | 240g
  • Publication date: 22 January 2005
  • Publication City/Country: London
  • ISBN 10: 0552771732
  • ISBN 13: 9780552771733
  • Sales rank: 146,959

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Nathalie and David have been good and dutiful children to their parents, and now, grown-up, with their own families, they are still close to one another as brother and sister. Except that they aren't - brother and sister that is. They were both adopted, when their loving parents, found that they couldn't have children themselves. And up until now it's never mattered. But suddenly, Nathalie discovers a deep need to trace her birth parents and is insisting that David makes the same journey. And through this, both learn one of the hardest lessons of all, that sometimes, the answers to who we are and where we come from can be more difficult than the questions...

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Joanna Trollope is the author of eagerly awaited and sparklingly readable novels often centred around the domestic nuaunces and dilemmas of life in present-day England. She has also written a number of historical novels and Britannia's Daughters, a study of women in the British Empire. She was appointed OBE in the 1996 Queen's Birthday Honours List for services to literature.

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"Pacy, absorbing and compassionate" Daily Mail "Brilliantly perceptive" Daily Telegraph "An important novel" Evening Standard "Her prodigious flair for illuminating emotional situations guarantees the appeal of Trollope's work... immediate and engrossing" The Good Book Guide "Deliciously readable" The Times