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RIGGS PARK, BACHE, ELLYN
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Author Name    BACHE, ELLYN

Title   RIGGS PARK

Binding   PAPERBACK

Book Condition   .

Publisher    Banks Channel Books 2008

ISBN Number    1889199125 / 9781889199122

Seller ID   9781889199122N

Banks Channel Books 3/3/2008. New paperback. Signed by author.

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Termed "emotional and poignant" by RT BookReviews, this women's friendship novel by award-winning author Ellyn Bache traces the history of two lifelong friends who return in late middle age to Riggs Park, the modest Washington DC neighborhood of their youth, to unravel a troubling secret that has haunted them for years. Having survived the repressive social mores of the 1950's, the sexual revolution, the fevered years of feminism and anti-feminism, each now faces a serious personal crisis -- one, a return of breast cancer, the other, a baffling relationship with a man. The heart-wrenching truths they uncover in the old neighborhood tests their waning resilience -- and also gives them the strength to go on. Bache is the winner of the Willa Cather Fiction Prize and author of "Safe Passage," which became a film starring Susan Sarandon.

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