Author(s): Diane Chamberlain
When the pretending ends, the lying begins... It's the summer of 1990 and fourteen-year-old Molly Arnette lives with her extended family on one hundred acres in the Blue Ridge Mountains. The summer seems idyllic at first. The mountains are Molly's playground and she's well loved by her father, a therapist famous for books he's written about a method called 'Pretend Therapy'; her adoptive mother, who has raised Molly as her own; and Amalia, her birth mother who also lives on the family land. The adults in Molly's life have created a safe and secure world for her to grow up in. But Molly's security begins to crumble as she becomes aware of a plan taking shape in her extended family - a plan she can't stop and that threatens to turn her idyllic summer into a nightmare. <b><i>Pretending to Dance</i></b> by Diane Chamberlain, the bestselling author of <b><i>The Silent Sister</i></b>, is a fascinating and deftly-woven novel, that reveals the devastating power of secrets.
A captivating novel from the bestselling author of The Silent Sister and The Midwife's Confession.
Diane Chamberlain is a bestselling author of numerous novels including Necessary Lies and The Silent Sister. Her storylines are often a combination of family drama, intrigue and suspense. She lives in North Carolina with her partner, photographer John Pagliuca, and her sheltie, Cole.