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LETTERS TO MISSY VIOLET

Editorial Review - Kirkus - Jane Doe

This Depression-era gem, a follow-up to Hathaway's debut (Missy Violet & Me, 2008), offers a child's-eye view on America's racial inequities.Like its predecessor, the novel utilizes the epistolary format with minimal narration. Viewed primarily through the lens of young Viney, the letters feel real, as though discovered in an old cigar box. Viney updates Missy Violet, a midwife traveling to care ... Read full review

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