Josey Rose: a novel

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Simon & Schuster, Jun 9, 1998 - Fiction - 281 pages
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A spellbinding novel of family secrets and forbidden love. A young boy's life takes an irrevocable turn when he meets a young woman who lives in an abandoned chapel in the woods, and who has a deep, yet unexplained connection to his family.

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Josey Rose: a novel

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In this uneven first novel, Wood, who clearly never met a dysfunctional behavior she didn't like, has concocted a bewildering mix of family violence, incest, race relations, sexual abuse, and murder ... Read full review

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I tried to like this book. I read over 60 pages and could not get into it Read full review

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Wood is currently creating computer applications for an insurance company.

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