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A Family Daughter by Maile Meloy
Maile Meloy's A Family Daughter revolves around the same family, the Santerres, as her previous novel, Liars and Saints. This novel begins with Abby Santerre suffering chicken pox the same summer her parents separate. As she struggles with her family interactions over the next thirteen years, she decides to write a novel of the family's history and secrets. That novel is Liars and Saints, and its publication lays open the family secrets and deceits. Although, the novel within a novel raises the question as to which version, if either, holds the truth. A Family Daughter has received mostly positive reviews with BookPage saying, "One needn't have read Liars and Saints to enjoy A Family Daughter (I hadn't); it's a beautiful book that I couldn't put down at first and then rationed as I grew close to the end."