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August 24, 2010


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bermudaonion (Kathy)

I loved Labor Day (one of my favorites of 2009) so I'm really excited about the new book!

Carolina Book Stacks

Thank you for letting us know. I am now a fan since reading Labor Day. I have been raving about it to all my friends. I don't know where I have been, because I have been told she has been writing for years. Can't wait to purchase The Good Daughters. I will definately be reading this one soon. Looking forward to book club girl's radio cast.


I didn't know about Ms. Maynard's newest release. Thanks for the head up. I absolutely loved Labor Day - I actually won it here :D


Just got this book from my library, and I am so happy I have a few days before school starts to read it! About 1/4th through and it really is interesting. I like the back and forth perspective of her writing.

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