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BIPLANE by Patricia Barrier
Two sisters, Nicki and Ellie, cope with their family dysfunction in divergent ways. Laura, their mother, is overwhelmed by anger and grief as she tries to protect her girls and save her marriage.
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There is strong language, drug addiction, and military casualties.