Private Correspondences

Printed in the United States of America ISBN 0-8101-5041-7 First paperback printing, 1996 Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication Data Lewis, Trudy (Trudy L.) Private correspondences / Trudy Lewis. p. cm. ISBN 0-8101-5033-6 (cloth ...

Private Correspondences

Libby is a politician's daughter maturing amidst barely sublimated violence, sexuality, and corruption. Her tangled emotions about her father and the roil of sexual and social politics surrounding her are brought into relief when she receives a shocking anonymous letter. Horrified but fascinated, Libby works to discover the identity and the motivation of the sender while struggling to interpret the layers of deceit and manipulation enveloping her.

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