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Author Bebe Moore Campbell presents her new novel about an African American mother who’s willing to try just about anything to help her mentally ill teenage daughter.
- Bebe Moore Campbell Author of "Brothers and Sisters," "Singing in the Comeback Choir," and "What You Owe Me."
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