Pretending to Dance
by Diane Chamberlain
Editor: Pan MacMillan
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When the suitor ends, the lie beginsIt is the summer of 1990 and, fourteen years old, Molly Arnette lives with her family on a hundred hectares in the Blue Ridge Mountains.Summer seems idyllic at first glanceThe mountains are Molly’s playground and she is well loved by her father, a famous therapist for books it is written about a method called “doing Semblant Therapy”; her adoptive mother, who raised Molly as her own; and Amalia, her birth mother who also lives on the family landMolly’s adult life has created a safe and secure world for her to grow up in.But Molly is security begins to crumble as she becomes aware of a plan to take shape in her extended family – a plan she cannot stop and which in turn threatens been idyllic in a nightmarePretending Dance, by Diane Chamberlain, author of the best-selling The Sister Silence, is a fascinating and skillfully woven novel, which reveals the devastating power of secrets
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