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Puppet Child

by Talia Carner

Puppet Child by Talia Carner X
Puppet Child by Talia Carner
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    Nov 2002, 260 pages

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    Sep 2002, 260 pages

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This is a stunning book - both gripping and thought provoking. Carner writes with an ease and impact that belies the fact that this is her first published novel. She, and it, deserve a wide audience, no, not a wide audience, a huge audience. This book should be required reading by every judge, attorney and social worker in the country who has anything to do with children.
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