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The Queen of October

The Queen of October

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Published by Workman Publishing
A New York Times Notable Book. When Sally Maulden is sent to her grandparents in Coldwater, Arkansas, she believes that she's too boring to be loved. But in this small town she finds love from unexpected sources. "Bursting with warmth. I didn't want it to end."--Chicago Tribune.
A New York Times Notable Book. When Sally Maulden is sent to her grandparents in Coldwater, Arkansas, she believes that she's too boring to be loved. But in this small town she finds love from unexpected sources. "Bursting with warmth. I didn't want it to end."--Chicago Tribune.

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Publish date: Aug 4, 1989
Added to Scribd: Aug 01, 2013
Copyright:Traditional Copyright: All rights reservedISBN:9781565120037
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This perceptive and promising coming-of-age tale fondly evokes small-town life in the '60s; its focus is on 13-year-old Sally, who falls in love with an older, alcoholic man and befriends a striptease artist. (May) (c) Copyright PWxyz, LLC. All rights reserved

1992-04-06, Publishers Weekly
Publishers Weekly reviewed this
This perceptive and promising coming-of-age tale fondly evokes small-town life in the '60s; its focus is on 13-year-old Sally, who falls in love with an older, alcoholic man and befriends a striptease artist. (May) (c) Copyright PWxyz, LLC. All rights reserved

1992-04-06, Publishers Weekly
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This perceptive and promising coming-of-age tale fondly evokes small-town life in the '60s; its focus is on 13-year-old Sally, who falls in love with an older, alcoholic man and befriends a striptease artist. (May) (c) Copyright PWxyz, LLC. All rights reserved

1992-04-06, Publishers Weekly

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