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by Charlotte Vale Allen

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ISBN:
0786263946
ISBN13:
978-0786263943
Author:
Charlotte Vale Allen
Publisher:
Thorndike Press; 1 edition (April 7, 2004)
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Pages:
558 pages
ePUB:
1972 kb
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1148 kb
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Rating:
4.4

Somebody's Baby book. Charlotte Vale-Allen was born in Toronto and lived in England from 1961 to 1964 where she worked as a television actress and singer

Somebody's Baby book. Charlotte Vale-Allen was born in Toronto and lived in England from 1961 to 1964 where she worked as a television actress and singer. She returned to Toronto briefly, performing as a singer and in cabaret revues until she emigrated to the United States in 1966. Shortly after her marriage to Walter Allen in 1970 she began writing and sold her first novel Love Life in 1974.

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FREE shipping on qualifying offers. Thirty-one-year-old Snow Devane is shocked to discover that the woman she believed to be her mother is an imposter and that she had been stolen from a supermarket as an infant. By the author of Dreaming in Color.

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Somebody's Baby by Charlotte Vale-Allen (English) Paperback Book. A book with obvious wear. May have some damage to the cover but integrity still intact. 47 RUB. + 58. 6 RUB Shipping. Somebody's Baby by Charlotte Vale-Allen. Somebody's Baby By Charlotte Vale Allen. The binding may be slightly damaged but integrity is still intact.

Charlotte Vale-Allen (born January 19, 1941) is a writer of contemporary fiction. She lived in the United Kingdom from 1961 to 1964 working as a singer and actress. She emigrated to the United States in 1966 following a brief return to Canada. After marrying Walter Bateman Allen Jr. in 1970, she moved to Connecticut where she has lived since

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Charlotte Vale Allen. Manufacturer: Mira Release date: 1 December 2003 ISBN-10 : 1551667541 ISBN-13: 9781551667546.

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As always, Charlotte Vale Allen writes about the differences - and the timeless similarities - among women and about the problems that haunt their lives

As always, Charlotte Vale Allen writes about the differences - and the timeless similarities - among women and about the problems that haunt their lives. In Dreaming In Color she provides not only an intriguing cast of characters and a thoroughly engrossing story, but also the hope that it is possible for every woman to take charge of her life and change it for the better. Title Summary field provided by Blackwell North America, Inc. All Rights Reserved.

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At thirty-one, Snow Devane is a successful photographer living in Manhattan. Her life is all she wants it to be. Then, on her deathbed, Snow's mother confesses to an unthinkable crime: She kidnapped an infant from a supermarket. Snow is somebody's baby, but not hers. In the grip of fearful panic, Snow and her closest friend set out to learn her identity and find her birth parents.

Reviews:
  • Runeshaper
Could have lived without reading this book.
  • Dusho
I liked this book It is worth a read. Read it in 2 days. Go for it all Well written
  • Adoraris
Awesome book.
  • Dalarin
I enjoyed reading this book and have read all of her books. The first time I read this one was over ten years ago.....
  • Skyway
This was a very interesting novel, about a young woman (Snow Devane) in her early 30's who finds out when her mother dies that she is not really her daughter but a child she had stolen from a supermarket in NYC at the age of seven months. This story deals with the feelings, Snow and friends go through when the truth is exposed and also deals with why she is the way she is, from having grown up with an overprotective mother. Good mystery and character study. I really enjoyed this read.
  • Kerry
In this story, Snow Devane learns a shocking secret from her mother before she dies of a heart attack. Ann Cook tells her that she kidnapped her from a supermarket 30 years before, and that she never was her mother in the first place.

Hardly believing her mother's words, Snow knows she must check it out. The only way to do so is to go through all of her mother's things in the attic, and find out what information she can. As she does so, Snow finds out that things don't add up. So probing into her mom's business affairs, and with the help of her best friend Katie, they find the truth. After that, it takes a search through the police department to find out who Katie's biological mother is.

I enjoyed the book thoroughly, and would recommend it to anyone wanting a different type of mystery. And it really is.
  • Togar
A wonderful storyline which, unfortunately, could also be true. You couldn't help but feel Snow's pain at her mother's deathbed confession, leaving Snow feeling that she has no identity at all. As Snow's search for her biological mother comes to a close, the mystery of the woman who raised her for the past 30 years is just starting to take hold. The author had a wonderful story going here until the end, when you are left hanging. I have never liked books that leave open storylines. Even if it is part of a series, or if there is going to be a sequel, each book should be self-contained and with completed storylines. I feel like I was left reading half a book. I do hope the author has plans to do a sequel and put closure to this.
This is the first book that I have read from this author. I saw this book in a book store and finished it within the same week.
The story is about a young woman whose mother just had a heart attack and is dying and her last wish is to see her "daughter" before she dies. On her deathbed the mother tells the daughter, Snow that she kidnapped her from a supermarket in New York, 30 years prior. Snow- not believing the mother, until the will is read, realizes that she was a missing child to another mother in
New York City. Snow goes on a search for her "missing Life" and her biological Mother.
Great story telling- moved fast and kept you interested throught the whole book. I would recommend this to everyone.