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Donna FreydkinIt's here, when she details the elaborate guilt-driven game that Dinah and Veevi play, that Elizabeth Frank's Cheat and Charmer truly resonates with anyone who has had a thorny family situation. And unless you grew up with the Camdens of TV's 7th Heaven, you can relate.
The historical setting aside, the novel is less about communism, Joe McCarthy and Hollywood than the fractured, fractious relationship between two sisters.
— USA Today