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4,991 works / 1,387 ebooks Search for books with subject Family relationships.

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  • Night and day by Virginia Woolf
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    The duke's children by Anthony Trollope
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    Father and son by Edmund Gosse
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    Nada by Carmen Laforet
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    Little house on the prairie by Wilder, Laura Ingalls
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    A memoir of Jane Austen by James Edward Austen-Leigh
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    Paula by Isabel Allende
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    Intrusion of Jimmy by P. G. Wodehouse
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    Single & single by John le Carré
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    A Death in the Family by James Agee
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    Margaret Ogilvy by J. M. Barrie
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    So Big by Edna Ferber
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Prolific Authors

who have written the most books on this subject
Elizabeth Seifert, 50 books
V. S. Naipaul, 13 books
Sue Miller, 6 books
Gary Smalley, 6 books
Earl A. Grollman, 6 books
Margaret Forster, 5 books
Diane T. Marsh, 5 books
Gordon, Mary, 5 books
Al Gore, 5 books
Jane Isay, 5 books
David J. Pelzer, 5 books
Rhoda F. Levin, 5 books
Robert J. Ackerman, 5 books
Peter Straub, 5 books
Claudia Black, 5 books
Tipper Gore, 5 books
Ethel Shanas, 4 books
Claire Scovell LaZebnik, 4 books
Anne Ford, 4 books
Gary D. Chapman, 4 books
Linda Eyre, 4 books
Elizabeth Swados, 4 books
James Garbarino, 4 books
Nancy Thayer, 4 books
Cheri Fuller, 4 books


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