African American painter Sunday Owens returns home to resolve long-standing differences with her sister Delta and to help solve the mystery surrounding the revelation that their father, whom they thought had committed suicide before Sunday's brith, has actually only recently died
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"A novel of great ambition and achievement . . . about the power and the pain of memory, about the stumbling, staccato rhythms of family, about finding a way to go home again."--Valerie Boyd, The Washington Post
"Water Marked is an engrossing novel in which the search for one truth leads to the disclosure of many."--Patricial O'Connell, The San Diego Union-TribuneAbout the Author:
Helen Elaine Lee teaches in the Program in Writing and Humanistic Studies at MIT. Educated at Harvard College and Harvard Law School, she won rave reviews and a BCALA First Novel Award for The Serpent's Gift. She lives in the Boston area.
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