Eileen Goudge Garden of Lies

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Garden of Lies

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Rachel and Rose grew up worlds apart. Rachel, in the lap of Manhattan luxury, an ice princess determined to be a great doctor. Rose, in the New York slums, yielding to passion too young, and fleeing heartbreak to become a star lawyer. When they both fall in love with the same fascinating man, they are brought face to face with the truth about each other and themselves.

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The fiction tradition that a woman will do anything for a man is alive and well in this novel by "Sweet Valley High" teen series writer Goudge. Sylvia seizes the opportunity offered by a hospital fire to switch infants, taking a newborn whose appearance resembles her husband's. Her true child, fathered by Sylvia's lover, is left to make her own way in the world. Rachel, raised in luxury as Sylvia's daughter, becomes a doctor. When her career is jeopardized, she is defended by Sylvia's real daughter, who has overcome poverty to become a lawyer. The two women of course compete for the same man, as Sylvia herself tries to decide whether to marry Nikos, her former lover. With the requisite cast of heroes and villains and a backdrop including the Vietnam War, this should be a sure-fire hit for romance lovers. BOMC featured selection; ABC-TV miniseries.
- Elsa Pendleton, Computer Sciences Corp., Ridgecrest, Cal.
Copyright 1989 Reed Business Information, Inc.

From Publishers Weekly:

At age 11, Conway left the arduous life on her family's sheep farm in the Australian outback for school in war-time Sydney. "A lively curiosity and penetrating intellect illuminate this unusually objective account of the author's progress from a solitary childhood--the most appealing part of the narrative--to public achievement as president of Smith College and now professor at MIT," noted PW. (Aug.) FICTION REPRINTSFICTION REPRINTS . GARDEN OF LIES Eileen Goudge. NAL/Signet, $5.95 * ISBN 0-451-16291-9 A woman switches her daughter with the child of a woman who dies in a fire. Although Goudge uses some stale plot devices, according to PW , this is a "highly readable story of secret loves and tangled lives."
Copyright 1990 Reed Business Information, Inc.

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