Dance to the MusicIn the aftermath of shattering death, three sisters confront the secrets which their family has kept under wraps for decades. When a frantic phone call summons her home, novelist Daphne learns that her mother is accused of murdering her father. Her sisters find their own routines torn apart in Eileen Goudge's One Last Dance (Viking, $24.95, 0670885754; Brilliance Audio, Abridged, $17.95, 1567408427). Forbidden love, maternal love for a hoped-for adopted child love examined in all its facets will keep readers transfixed in Eileen Goudge's tale of intense family relationships.
Sandy Huseby writes and reviews from her homes in Fargo, North Dakota and lakeside near Nevis, Minnesota.