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The Matchstick Cross
 
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Laurie Parker
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The Matchstick Cross

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In 2004 New York City based interior designer Celia Friday returns to her native Mississippi to clear out a storage unit full of boxes from her recently deceased mother's attic. It's a tale of journeying back, of sorting through memories, of unboxing things long-stored, and of trying to make sense of it all. The author is an artist and author of thirteen rhyming children's ...more
Hardcover, 507 pages
Published 2013 by Yonder Dove Books
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Crockettkid
Mar 31, 2014 Crockettkid rated it really liked it
It was hard to get into this book as it moves very slowly (if at all). It uses flashback to tell the story of a NYC designer who grew up in MS. I didn't read the modern parts - didn't find them interesting. However, the descriptions of her childhood in small town MS are spot on.
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