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The Cailiffs of Baghdad, Georgia: A Novel

Mary Helen Stefaniak

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ISBN 10: 1441772200 / ISBN 13: 9781441772206
Published by Blackstone Audio, Inc., 2010
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Title: The Cailiffs of Baghdad, Georgia: A Novel

Publisher: Blackstone Audio, Inc.

Publication Date: 2010

Binding: Audio CD

Book Condition: Good

Edition: Unabridged.

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Eleven-year-old Gladys Cailiff and her Depression-era community are turned upside down when a worldly teacher, who is fascinated with all things Arabian, moves into the small town.

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"Wonderfully seductive, one of those rare books you disappear into wholly. It's joyous, shamelessly funny, heartbreaking, and page after page it gives you what you didn't expect. This is a novel you'll want to hand deliver to a friend." -- David Long, author of The Inhabited World "Wonderfully engaging ... a great tribute to the power of education, strong women and the fine art of storytelling... an intricate dazzling pattern of history and imagination and truth." -- Jill McCorkle, author of Going Away Shoes "This novel has strong, long legs. I hope it walks forever. Besides delivering suspenseful, eloquently detailed, non-sentimental prose, it spoons out a big dose of clarity that America needs." -- Clyde Edgerton, author of The Bible Salesman "Mary Helen Stefaniak is a born storyteller, with a fantastic gift for mingling the exotic and the ordinary, the comic and the heartrending. Her tale of drastic change coming to a small Southern town in the 1930s is filled with wild incidents, vivid characters, and a surprise at every turn-a delight to read." -- Lynne Sharon Schwartz, author of Ruined by Reading: A Life in Books "A heartfelt, redemptive, and irresistible novel. Stefaniak knows that every story is many stories, and she handles the complex tales of romance, family, race relations, and secrets with intelligence, grace, and tenderness." -- John Dufresne, author of Louisiana Power & Light and Love Warps the Mind a Little

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