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Such Nice People Mass Market Paperback – July 12, 1981. Scoppettone deconstructs the entire community where the shooting takes place. by. Sandra Scoppettone (Author). Find all the books, read about the author, and more. Are you an author? Learn about Author Central.
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by Sandra Scoppettone. As members of the Nash family make preparations for Christmas, Tom Nash, the seventeen-year-old son of Anne and Cole, plans the murder of his whole family, a nightmare he has been secretly living for months.
Sandra Scoppettone (born June 1, 1936, Morristown, New Jersey) is an American author whose career spans the 1960s through the 2000s. She is known for her mystery and young adult books. She wrote Suzuki Beane (1961 with illustrator Louise Fitzhugh. She came out as a lesbian in the 1970s. Her book Happy Endings Are All Alike (1978) was one of the earliest young-adult books to depict a lesbian relationship; it was chosen by the American Library Association for its "Best Books for Young Adults" list.
Sandra Scoppettone is an American author whose career spans the 1960s through the 2000s . Her book
Such Nice People (1980). Innocent Bystanders (1983). Beautiful Rage (2004). Encyclopedia Article. Sandra Scoppettone, Upper East Side, Louise Fitzhugh, Eloise (books), Doubleday (publisher). Her book was one of the earliest young-adult books to depict a lesbian relationship. lieutenant was chosen by the American Library Association for its "Best Books for Young Adults" list. As Jack Early Lauren Laurano series.
Scoppettone wants you to meet the Nash family of Logan, P. a clean-cut, well-fed, all-American clan with seething craziness just beneath the surface. Cole, the father: over-protective of the kids, inhibited, zombie-like, pops Valium, is bitter about giving up a hot affair, dreams of escape. Mother Anne: daughter of an alcoholic, miserable, longing to consummate an affair with nice Jim. Older daughter Kit: normal, a little over-hungry for sex maybe. Younger daughter Sara: fat, compulsive eater, feels deprived of love because of older siblings growing up and away.
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