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The truth about Delilah Blue

Tish Cohen

The truth about Delilah Blue

a novel

by Tish Cohen

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Published by Harper Perennial in New York .
Written in English


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Delilah, an aspiring artist and nude model, starts to question her life and father, who has begun to show signs of Alzheimer"s disease, after her mother suddenly returns with a young daughter and reveals a shocking family secret.

Edition Notes

StatementTish Cohen
Classifications
LC ClassificationsPR9199.4.C644 T78 2010
The Physical Object
Paginationxii, 412, 16 p. ;
Number of Pages412
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24480340M
ISBN 109780061875977
LC Control Number2010282593
OCLC/WorldCa456181146

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Her more recent novel, The Truth About Delilah Blue, was a Globe and Mail Best recently sold an original TV series to /5(7). TISH COHEN is the author of bestselling novels for adults and young readers, many of them in development for film. Her first novel, Town House, was a regional finalist for the Commonwealth Writers’ Prize for Best First Book.

Her more recent novel, The Truth About Delilah Blue, was a Globe and Mail Best recently sold an original TV series to ABC/Corus /5(20).

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The Truth About Delilah Blue by Tish Cohen Just as Delilah’s father falls further and further into Alzeimer’s, she discovers that he’s been harboring a horrible secret for over 15 years, but he no longer remembers the motivations behind his deception or the consequences. Delilah Blue Lovett has always been a bit of an outsider, ever since her father moved her from Toronto to L.A.

when she was eight, claiming Delilah’s mother no longer wanted to be part of their family. Twenty now and broke, but determined to be an artist like her errant mom, Delilah attends art class for free—by modeling nude at the front of the room, a decision that lifts the veil from.

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The Truth About Delilah BlueDelilah Blue Lovett has always been a bit of an outsider, ever since her father moved her from Toronto to L.A. when she was eight, claiming Delilah's mother no longer wanted to be part of their family/5(4). Buy the Book: AmazonAmazon CanadaBarnes & NobleIndieBoundiBooksPublished by: Harper PerennialRelease Date: June 8, ISBN Synopsis What if you woke up one day to learn that you were once a child on a milk carton.

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A tidy ending, however, also lends its own appeal – this is a book that goes down easy. Cohen uses humour, pathos, and a dose of suspense to create a perfectly enjoyable read. The Truth About Delilah Blue is still a powerfully good read, perfectly timed for release under the hot rays of summer.

Cynthia Macdonald is a freelance writer and critic based in Toronto. Follow. The Truth About Delilah Blue Tish Cohen Publication Year: Pages: pages Publisher: Harper Perennial Source: Publisher The smell of asphalt and dandelions and the last days of school made the air tingle with summer promise I love the first line of The Truth About Delilah Blue.

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Delilah is eight, living in Toronto with her parents, when they decide to separate and engage in a hellish custody fight.

Delilah’s mother Elisabeth is a flirty and flighty almost-artist who has married below her ambitions in life. Delilah Blue Lovett has always been a bit of an outsider, ever since her father moved her from Toronto to L.A. when she was eight, claiming Delilah's mother no longer wanted to be part of their family.

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It trips off the tongue, lodges in the. Book review: ‘The Truth About Delilah Blue’ by Tish Cohen J December 2, / Meg Delilah Blue Lovett has grown up in the face of two truths: her mother, a flightly Canadian artist, has abandoned her to live with her father; and her father, a sensible salesman, has worked hard to prevent his only daughter from becoming her mother.Reminiscent of the books of Jodi Picoult (House Rules, Keeping the Faith) and Jennifer Weiner (In Her Shoes, Best Friends Forever)—as well as Lisa Genova's breakout novel about Alzheimer's, Still Alice—The Truth About Delilah Blue by acclaimed author Tish Cohen (Town House, Inside Out Girl) delivers a touching, poignant novel about one.

Delilah Blue Lovett has always been a bit of an outsider, ever since her father moved her from Toronto to L.A. when she was eight, claiming Delilah's mother no longer wanted to be part of their.