Garden of Lies

Eileen Goudge, Author Signet Book $7.99 (576p) ISBN 978-0-451-16291-5
At age 11, Conway left the arduous life on her family's sheep farm in the Australian outback for school in war-time Sydney. ``A lively curiosity and penetrating intellect illuminate this unusually objective account of the author's progress from a solitary childhood--the most appealing part of the narrative--to public achievement as president of Smith College and now professor at MIT,'' noted PW. (Aug.) FICTION REPRINTSFICTION REPRINTS . GARDEN OF LIES Eileen Goudge. NAL/Signet, $5.95 * ISBN 0-451-16291-9 A woman switches her daughter with the child of a woman who dies in a fire. Although Goudge uses some stale plot devices, according to PW , this is a ``highly readable story of secret loves and tangled lives.'' (July)
Reviewed on: 06/05/1990
Release date: 06/01/1990
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