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- ISBN: 0679439382
- ISBN: 9780679439387
- ISBN: 1400031699
- ISBN: 9781400031696
- Physical Description: 555 pages ; 24 cm
- Edition: 1st ed.
- Publisher: New York : Knopf, ©2002.
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For the rest of her life, Charlotte Cleve would blame herself for her son s death because she had decided to have the Mother s Day dinner at six in the evening instead of noon, after church, which is when the Cleves usually had it. Dissatisfaction had been expressed by the elder Cleves at the new arrangement; and while this mainly had to do with suspicion of innovation, on principle, Charlotte felt that she should have paid attention to the undercurrent of grumbling, that it had been a slight but ominous warning of what was to come; a warning which, though obscure even in hindsight, was perhaps as good as any we can ever hope to receive in this life.
Growing up in a small Mississippi town in a family haunted by the murder of her brother, Robin, Harriet Cleve Dusfresnes lives in a world of her imagination, until, at the age of twelve, she decides to find Robin's murderer and exact her revenge.
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