True Colors by Doris Mortman

True Colors by Doris Mortman

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Isabelle de Luna is only seven when she witnesses the violent murder of her mother, Spanish artist Althea de Luna, in their Barcelona hotel room. Althea's marriage to wealthy textile entrepreneur Martin de Luna has been troubled in its final days, and he is arrested as a suspect in his wife's killing. With her mother dead and her father imprisoned, Isabelle is sent to live with family friends Miranda and Luis Duran in New Mexico.When Martin dies in prison from heart failure, the Durans decide to raise Isabelle, with their adopted daughter Nina, as their own. As the girls mature, each discovers her own unique talent: Isabelle has inherited Althea's gift for painting, and Nina is a promising storyteller. But when Nina discovers the horrible circumstances of her adoption - a secret the Durans hoped she would never learn - she breaks all ties with her family and moves to New York City to seek her fame as a journalist and revenge against the family she believes has betrayed her.The two young women, raised as the closest of sisters, become enemies. Isabelle, victimized by Nina's vendetta against her and emboldened by a search for love and the need to discover the truth about her mother's murder, must dig deeply into her past, confront her personal demons, and face a frightening truth.

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Book details

  • Hardcover
  • 553 pages
  • English
  • 0517592622
  • 9780517592625

About Doris Mortman

author doris mortman lives in new jersey with her family. many of her works have appeared on the new york times bestseller list, including true colors, rig Read More about Doris Mortman
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