The Last Days of Dogtown

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Thorndike Press, 2005 - Fiction - 429 pages
43 Reviews
Endeavoring to build a life for herself in a dying early nineteenth-century New England town, Judy Rhines struggles with feelings of profound loneliness and impacts the lives of others, including Black Ruth, a freed slave.

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User Review  - Robert Palmer - Goodreads

This is a work of fiction , however their was a dying village named Dogtown in the early 1800s in Massachusetts on Cape Ann between Gloucester and Sandy Hill. It is a community of and outcasts,some ... Read full review

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User Review  - Janae Fritze - Goodreads

Honestly, I was going to rate this four stars because I didn't so much like some of the raunchiness of the sex scenes and the lesbian infusion, but by the end of the book, it was definitely five stars ... Read full review

Contents

Authors Note
11
An Unexpected Visit
39
Greyling
63
Copyright

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About the author (2005)

Anita Diamant is the author of Saying Kaddish, Choosing a Jewish Life, The New Jewish Wedding, Living a Jewish Life, The New Jewish Baby Book, Bible Baby Names, and the bestselling novel, The Red Tent. She lives in Newton, Massachusetts.

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