China Doll

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Mecox Hudson, 2006 - Fiction - 298 pages
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A riveting journey to save one life. An American music icon, Nola Sands is on a concert tour in China when a baby is thrust into her arms. Resolved to save the infant from death in a Chinese orphanage, Nola finds herself on a collision course with her husband/manager, with her record label company's interests in China-and with the world's two superpowers determined to silence her. In a story of an adoptive parent's unwavering love, Nola's flight across China is a tale not only of human rights abuses running amok in an astonishingly picturesque land: It is the gripping self-discovery voyage of a woman coming into her own.
 

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Talia Carner's first novel, PUPPET CHILD, was listed in “The Top 10 Favorite First Novels 2002” (BookBrowse.com), received over 30 rave reviews from independent book reviewers, was awarded Carner the "Outstanding Author Award" (BookReviewCafe.com), and launched national legislation. Formerly spent years at Redbook Magazine, was the publisher of Savvy Woman magazine, and later a business consultant to Fortune 500, Carner has published over 30 award-winning personal essays and short stories.

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