Imposter Bride by Nancy Richler

Imposter Bride

byNancy Richler

Paperback | October 16, 2012

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A young, enigmatic woman-Lily Azerov-arrives in postwar Montreal expecting to meet her betrothed, Sol Kramer. When Sol sees Lily at the train station, however, he turns her down. His brother, Nathan, sees Lily and instantly decides to marry her.

But Lily is not who she claims to be, and her attempt to live a quiet life as Nathan Kramer's wife shatters when she disappears, leaving her baby daughter with only a diary, an uncut diamond and a need to discover the truth.

Who is Lily and what happened to the young woman whose identity she stole? Why did she leave and where did she go? It is up to the daughter Lily abandoned to find the answers to these questions as she searches for the mother she may never find or truly know.

About The Author

NANCY RICHLER’s short fiction has been published in various American and Canadian literary journals, includingRoom of One’s Own,The New Quarterly,Prairie Fire,Another Chicago MagazineandThe Journey Prize Anthology. Her first novel,Throwaway Angels, was published in 1996 and was shortlisted for the 1997 Arthur Ellis Award for Best First...
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Title:Imposter BrideFormat:PaperbackDimensions:376 pages, 9 × 6 × 0.94 inPublished:October 16, 2012Publisher:HarperCollinsLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:1443404039

ISBN - 13:9781443404037

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?With delicacy and warmth, Richler weaves together the threads of a family: its closeness and secrets, opaqueness and hidden beauty, like the uncut gem whose mystery haunts these realistic characters.? ? DAPHNE KALOTAY, author of Russian Winter

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