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Writer Leila Landsman turns to work when her marriage unravels. Becky Burgess thought she had escaped her poverty-stricken past. Now she finds herself accused of murder. And Mary Burke finds herself divorced, homeless and alone. Three different women that want the same things--to have a physical and emotional home that can't be taken away from them.
Posted February 15, 2001
Excellent. I spent the winter living in this book and getting to know 3 very different and interesting women in some serious predicaments. Piercy's writing style is comfortable, like hearing from a friend. The story of each character is real and easy to identify with. The book is realistic and kind. Even though I didn't like the character Betsy that much, we can all identify with her frustration.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.