A New York Times Notable Book for 2000.
Synopses & Reviews
A suspenseful, lyrical account of one man's search for the truth--a novel as compelling as it is daring, an exploration of forgiveness and hope, of innocence and evil--written by the master storyteller whom "The Washington Post" has called "a writer of great wisdom and compassion".
About the Author
ALICE HOFFMAN is the author of Property Of; The Drowning Season; Angel Landing; White Horses; Fortunes Daughter; Illumination Night; At Risk; Seventh Heaven; Turtle Moon; Second Nature; Practical Magic; Here on Earth; and Local Girls. She lives near Boston.