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Tandem Library, Jan 1, 2001 - Fiction - 229 pages
135 Reviews
Set in a small Arkansas town in the 1950s, a tale of loyalty and friendship between two African American women finds Jude turning to the church after the death of her daughter, and to a young woman who turns out to be a prostitute.

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So, yeah, this is not, as they say at the movies, The Feel Good Story of the Summer. While it contains beautiful writing, it is also intense, ugly at times, filled with in-your-face violence ... Read full review

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