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Riggs Park by Ellyn Bache

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Also by Ellyn Bache:

The Art Of Saying Goodbye, June 2011
Paperback
Daughters of the Sea, February 2009
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Riggs Park, March 2008
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Raspberry Sherbet Kisses, April 2007
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Over 50's Singles Night, April 2006
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Riggs Park, July 2005
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The Activist's Daughter, March 2005
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Safe Passage, September 1994
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Riggs Park
Ellyn Bache

Friendship, mystery, love...COuld the answers be found in the old neighborhood?

Harlequin
July 2005
Featuring: Barbara Cohen
304 pages
ISBN: 0373230338
Paperback
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Contemporary Women's Fiction

The residents of Riggs Park nicknamed her Penny, since her hair was the red of a bright copper coin…

We’d all grown up in the flourishing Washington, D.C., suburb— Marilyn, me, Steve, Penny and Wish… the boy I’d loved. It was during the baby-boom years, when the future was luminous. But things don’t always turn out as expected. Riggs Park had secrets, and Penny was one of them.

Sometimes there’s a chance to go back and right a wrong. Marilyn is convinced Penny had had a baby, and that the child belonged to her family. My lifelong friend can’t follow up—she’s fighting cancer. Only I can search for answers. But would finding truth break my heart…or set us all free?

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