Front and Center by Catherine Murdock
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Front and Center Summary
After five months of sheer absolute craziness I was going back to being plain old background D.J. In photographs of course Im always in the background . . .
Front and Center Reviews
"Occasional doormat D.J. is ultimately a responsible, realistically flawed, funny, endearing, and strong heroine worth rooting for whether on the court or on the page." - School Library Journal
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Catherine Murdock Author Biography
I grew up in small-town Connecticut, on a tiny farm with honeybees, two friendly goats, and a mess of Christmas trees. My sister claims we didnt have a television, but we did only it was ancient, received exactly two channels, and had to be turned off after forty-five minutes to cool down or else the screen would go all fuzzy. Watching Alfred Hitchcocks The Birds was quite the experience, because its hard to tell vicious crows from a field of static; this might be why I still cant stand horror movies to this day.
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