Her Native Colors Hardcover – May 1, 1986. YA Female friendship is the focus of Hyde's first novel. Phoebe Martin hasn't seen her childhood friend Molly for six years, but she feels that she must go to Molly's wedding back East
Her Native Colors Hardcover – May 1, 1986. by. Elisabeth Hyde (Author). Find all the books, read about the author, and more. Are you an author? Learn about Author Central. Phoebe Martin hasn't seen her childhood friend Molly for six years, but she feels that she must go to Molly's wedding back East. Phoebe, a divorced mother of a four-year-old son, is an up-and-coming associate in a prestigious San Francisco law firm.
Her Native Colors tells the story of that trip
Her Native Colors tells the story of that trip. What should be a feeling of celebration evolves into emotions infinitely more complex as both women wrestle with the changes in each other’s lives. In her funny and fascinating story of lawyers in and out of love, Elisabeth Hyde has beautifully shown just how our relationships are settled by negotiation and compromise, and how our ordinary lives are governed by daily litigations of the heart. Her Native Colors is impressive not only for its maturity and wit, but also for its wisdom.
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ISBN 9780261663039 (978-0-261-66303-9) Softcover, Diamond, 1994. Her Native Colours: ISBN 9780586069462 (978-0-586-06946-2) Hardcover, HarperCollins Publishers, 1987. Learn More at LibraryThing. Elizabeth Hyde at LibraryThing.
Elisabeth Hyde was born and raised in New Hampshire, but after graduating from the University of Vermont, she left .
Department of Justice, but quickly realized that the only conflicts she enjoyed were fictional. Her first novel, Her Native Colors, was published in 1986, followed by Monoosook Valley (1989), Crazy As Chocolate (2002), international bestseller The Abortionist's Daughter (2006), and most recently In The Heart of the Canyon, a NY Times Notable Book.
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SIDELIGHTS: Elisabeth Hyde's first book, Her Native Colors, was described by Elaine Kendall in the Los Angeles Times . In her second novel, Monoosook Valley, Hyde writes about a family living in another small town, this time in New Hampshire during the early 1970s.
SIDELIGHTS: Elisabeth Hyde's first book, Her Native Colors, was described by Elaine Kendall in the Los Angeles Times as "a model post-feminist novel. It concerns the reunion of two women who grew up together in a small town in Vermont.
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