A Novelist's Memoir: 'Mistress's Daughter'

The young A.M. Homes in a detail from the cover of her memoir.

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Novelist A.M. Homes writes about her real life — including her reunion with her biological parents, 31 years after they gave her up for adoption — in a memoir called The Mistress's Daughter.

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