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    Crooked letter, crooked letter

    Franklin, Tom.

    Silas Jones, Chabot's lone lawman, hasn't had a lick of trouble in recent memory. In fact, the last thing to disturb Chabot was the disappearance of a teen girl nearly twenty years ago. However, when somebody tries to kill the town recluse, another young woman vanishes, and a drug dealer is found murdered all in a short amount of time, the quaint Mississippi town is shaken to the core.

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    La apelación

    Grisham, John.

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    32 candles : a novel

    Carter, Ernessa.

    After a childhood of poverty, abuse and bullying, Davie Jones escapes to Los Angeles where she hopes to become a star.

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    The appeal

    Grisham, John.

    Wall street millionaire Carl Trudeau purchases an unsuspecting Mississippi State Supreme Court judge candidate when a lower court rules against one of his chemical companies for dumping toxic waste into a small town's water supply causing a cancer cluster.

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    Let the circle be unbroken

    Taylor, Mildred D.

    Four black children growing up in rural Mississippi during the Depression experience racial antagonisms and hard times, but learn from their parents the pride and self-respect they need to survive.

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    Let the circle be unbroken

    Taylor, Mildred D.

    Four black children growing up in rural Mississippi during the Depression experience racial antagonisms and hard times, but learn from their parents the pride and self-respect they need to survive.

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    Mississippi bridge

    Taylor, Mildred D.

    During a heavy rainstorm in 1930s rural Mississippi, a ten-year-old white boy sees a bus driver order all the black passengers off a crowded bus to make room for late-arriving white passengers and then set off across the raging Rosa Lee River.

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    The road to Memphis

    Taylor, Mildred D.

    Sadistically teased by two white boys in 1940's rural Mississippi, a black youth severely injures one of the boys with a tire iron and enlists Cassie's help in trying to flee the state.

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    Each little bird that sings

    Wiles, Debbie.

    Comfort Snowberger is well acquainted with death since her family runs the funeral parlor in their small southern town, but even so the ten-year-old is unprepared for the series of heart-wrenching events that begins on the first day of Easter vacation with the sudden death of her beloved great-uncle Edisto.

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    Love, Ruby Lavender

    Wiles, Debbie.

    When her quirky grandmother goes to Hawaii for the summer, nine-year-old Ruby learns to survive on her own in Mississippi by writing letters, befriending chickens as well as the new girl in town, and finally coping with her grandfather's death.

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    The Aurora County All-Stars

    Wiles, Deborah.

    After the death of an old man to whom twelve-year-old House has been reading, House uncovers some secrets which may allow the annual Fourth of July baseball game to proceed, despite the county's anniversary pageant.

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    White socks only

    Coleman, Evelyn, 1948-

    Grandma tells the story about her first trip alone into town during the days when segregation still existed in Mississippi.

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