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Quite A Year For Plums

by Bailey White

Quite A Year For Plums by Bailey White
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  • First Published:
    Jul 1998, 220 pages
    Paperback:
    May 1999, 220 pages

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Anonymous (08/09/01)

Ginny Howard
I mainly want to thank Bailey White for writing this wonderful book. My roots are in middle Georgia, and I felt like I had stumbled upon old friends from a time and a life that now seems lost to me in Atlanta.
I listened to Bailey's reading of the novel four times, and the last tape probably another five. I had these other books-on-tape to listen to, but every time I started one, I just decided I'd rather hear Bailey telling me about those wonderful, dear people one more time.
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