Turnip Blues

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Spinsters Ink, 1998 - Fiction - 221 pages
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Mrs Kuzo and Mrs Lemack, drive to visit the grave of Bessie Smith. On the way they reflect on their own life journeys until they reach their destination, where Mrs Kuzo's niece, her husband, and his 37 Indian relatives, awaken in Mrs K. an important truth that recasts her whole life.

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Fantastic - and Helen is a friend of mine (so I may be a bit partial!). Read full review

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The strength of friendship and the willingness of a friend to go far beyond the expected to help a friend achieve a dream. Read full review


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Campbell holds degree in musical performance from the New School of Music and Yale, as well as a law degree from Temple University.

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