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Woman Without a Past Hardcover – Import, 1991
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From Publishers Weekly
One of the smoothest suspense novels yet from the prolific Whitney, this Literary Guild main selection and four-week PW hardcover bestseller features a mystery writer who learns she has a long-lost twin.
Copyright 1992 Reed Business Information, Inc. --This text refers to the Audio CD edition.
From School Library Journal
YA-- Startled to learn that she may have been stolen as a baby prior to her adoption by the parents who raised her, author Molly Hunt flies to Charleston, SC, to meet her twin sister. Once there she seeks to unravel the mystery about her theft, learns that she will inherit the family estate, and struggles to cope with strange pranks and the death of a cousin. Whitney continues to use channeling to heighten interest, but it is not as strong here as in Rainbow in the Mist (Doubleday, 1989). The characters of Molly and her twin, Amelia, are particularly well drawn as one can contrast their similarities and their differences. Whitney's background research is obvious in this aspect of the story and in the flavor of old Charleston and its tradition-oriented families. This is a good, modern gothic novel sure to please those hooked on the genre. --Claudia Moore, W. T. Woodson High School, Fairfax, VA
Copyright 1991 Reed Business Information, Inc. --This text refers to the Audio CD edition.
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Top customer reviews
many decades, i read it with another treasure charlie
and the chocolate factory while still in elementary school.
the two stand out as the most enjoyable books i have ever
read. to this day alot of the joy i have for reading, the degrees
the 300 pages a day sometimes that i consume, its owed
to these 2 books. one of the genesis of my passion has been
ms. whitney, for whom im sure her other works demand my
attention, this mystery of the green cat, so fascinating is SF
and the culture, the vision it paints victorians lined up the hills,
what an incredible read for all children, and though its designed
around a pre teen plot, its an excellent read for an adult as well.