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by Jacqueline Briskin
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They exchanged a glance. Nearly eleven, too late for a social call. It was Curt who hurried inside to pick up the extension. Honora heard him say, Joss, slow down, I didn’t get that. deepened by that mollifying assertion commonly used to calm hysterics. Leaving the door open, Honora darted to the library. Curt was hunched around the phone, his cheekbones drawn upward in a frown of pain. Listen to me. You are not to call anyone until we get there. Joscelyn, do you hear m. .We’ll be over pronto.
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Three sisters arrive in San Francisco after their mother dies with dreams of making a new life for themselves. Honora, the eldest, quickly falls in love with the suave and devastatingly handsome Curt Ivory, an employee at the engineering firm of the girls' wealthy uncle, Gideon Talbott.
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Briskin also uses vivid imagery to bring the settings and characters to life in the minds and hearts of her readers. The locations are exotic- from London to . and all the way to the Middle East. The plot is highly involved and truly fascinating. The characters are not stereotypical in that noone is "all good" or "all ba. I felt, while reading this, as if they were part of my family. I laughed and cried for them as they progressed through the story. I literally clapped and cheered in places, and wiped tears from my eyes at others! Walk, don't run, and find a copy.
Jacqueline Briskin, née Orgell (18 December 1927 – 24 December 2014) was a British-born American writer specializing in historical fiction from 1970 to 1995. Her books regularly appear on the New York Times bestseller's list. Her husband Bert Briskin was her agent, and one of her sons is Richard Sands.