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<P>When Nicole Georges was two years old, her family told her that her father was dead. When she was twenty-three, a psychic told her he was alive. Her sister, saddled with guilt, admits that the psychic is right and that the whole family has conspired to keep him a secret. Sent into a tailspin about her identity, Nicole turns to radio talk-show host Dr. Laura Schlessinger for advice.</p> <p>Packed cover-to-cover with heartfelt and disarming black-and-white illustrations, <I>Calling Dr. Laura</I> tells the story of what happens to you when you are raised in a family of secrets, and what happens to your brain (and heart) when you learn the truth from an unlikely source. Part coming-of-age and part coming-out story, <I>Calling Dr. Laura</I> marks the arrival of an exciting and winning new voice in graphic literature.