Among Women

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J. M. Cornwell, Apr 2, 2011 - Fiction - 232 pages
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A modern Scheherazade in New Orleans in 1984. Alone. Abandoned in New Orleans with no friends or family, surviving only on her wits, Pearl Caldwell has finally put herself back on the road back to the life she wants. Then she's arrested on a false charge and thrown into jail. Among women of all sorts, Pearl finds a strength she never knew she had and a voice to tell her own story -- and the stories of the other women in the Orleans Parish jail.
 

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In the Colorado Rockies in the shadow of Pikes Peak, J. M. Cornwell writes about relationships, people and secrets. Her stories have been included in twelve anthologies, most notably Chicken Soup for the Soul and A Cup of Comfort, and her debut novel, Past Imperfect, was published in July 2009. Among Women is her latest novel, based on experiences in 1984 in New Orleans.

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