Little Girl Gone (Google eBook)

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Grand Central Publishing, Jan 31, 2012 - Fiction - 320 pages
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Madora was seventeen, headed for trouble with drugs and men, when Willis rescued her. Fearful of the world and alienated from family and friends, she ran away with him and for five years they have lived alone, in near isolation. But after Willis kidnaps a pregnant teenager and imprisons her in a trailer behind the house, Madora is torn between her love for him and her sense of right and wrong. When a pit bull puppy named Foo brings into Madora's world another unexpected person--Django Jones, a brilliant but troubled twelve-year-old boy--she's forced to face the truth of what her life has become.

An intensely emotional and provocative story, Little Girl Gone explores the secret hopes and fears that drive good people to do dangerous things . . . and the courage it takes to make things right.
  

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User Review  - CMash - LibraryThing

LITTLE GIRL GONE by Drusilla Campbell Published by Grand Central Publishing, Division of The Hachette Book Group ISBN-10: 0446535796 ISBN-13: 978-0446535793 At the request of The Hachette Book Group ... Read full review

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I won this book in a goodreads giveaway. Im so so so excited to receive this book. being an anmal lover, this book will ne perfect for me. Thank you so much! Read full review

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About the author (2012)

Drusilla Campbell is the author of three critically acclaimed novels:Wildwood, The Edge of Sky, and Blood Orange. Before she started school she had crossed the Pacific Ocean three times. In her twenties she lived in Europe and Central America. Today she's happy to stay at home in San Diego with her husband, the attorney and poet Art Campbell, two rescued dogs, and three horses.

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