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Mother of Pearl

by Melinda Haynes

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Mother of Pearl by Melinda Haynes
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    Jun 1999, 448 pages
    Jun 2000, 466 pages

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Pittmand R Watson

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I can relate to the characters, which is important to me as a reader. Any reader can relate, especially if you are from the South. Please give me more!!!
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I thought that this book was a very interesting read. At first I did not want to read it because it looked boring but I started it and found a treasure. The rural feel of the book was intense and it pulled my heart strings.
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