Blue Camellia

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J. Messner, 1957 - Acadians - 432 pages
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During the 1880s, Brent Winslow moves his family to a rice plantation in Cajun country where his daughter Lavinia grows to womanhood.

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User Review  - Muriel Schwenck - Goodreads

I haven't read this since I was about 20. I remember it as a great tragedy. Women in Keyes novels usually suffer a great deal from an unfortunate love, and this is one of her best. Great descriptions of landscape, gardening, rice farming, Cajun life and cooking. And camellias! Highly recommended. Read full review

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User Review  - Dawn Galland - Goodreads

Knew about this book since I was young but had never read it. It was a very good book. I'm from the area around Crowley so could relate to the area and the people. Read full review

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