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Carley's Song (Job's Corner Chronicles #2)

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The year is 1950, and overseas, a war rages in Korea. But the small North Carolina town of Job’s Corner has conflicts of its own, and more secrets than Carley Marshall can keep track of.

Poised at the edge of a mystifying adult world, twelve-year-old Carley grapples with complexities she doesn’t understand. Why the prickly tension between the beautiful divorcee, Maddie Raeb
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Paperback, 438 pages
Published October 21st 2001 by Zondervan (first published October 1st 2001)
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kim
Mar 06, 2010 kim rated it really liked it
This is Book 2 of the Job's Corner set. The first is 'The Remember Box'. I thought they were both good book, but I liked this one a bit better, probably because I was already familiar with the characters and didn't need to spend the first 100 pages of the book getting into the story. It's a good story. A bit of 'everyday' life in a small southern town in the early 1950's. There is 'domestic violence', the solving of a murder, weddings....
I kind of wish there were a 3rd, just to catch up on chara
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Michelle
LOVE, LOVE this book and the series! Once again, Carley takes you in her world, in Job's Corner with compassion! I really felt like I could identify with her and all the people in Job's Corner. It drew me in page by page! The author did an awesome job with the descriptions of the characters and time! *****'s to this fanstasic series!!!!
Ann
Oct 23, 2008 Ann rated it liked it
This is the sequel to The Remember Box. Not quite as good but still a slice of life from the 1950s.
Joanna
Feb 03, 2015 Joanna rated it really liked it
Love, loved, loved this book. It was one of those I didn't want to end.
Eulail Huffcutt
Nov 05, 2010 Eulail Huffcutt rated it really liked it
Very neatly wrapped up at the end; perhaps too neatly?
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When I met and married Bob, he looked over our budget and demanded, "Why don’t you write a mystery to pay for all the ones you buy?" I immediately knew I wanted to put a body in a building where I’d once worked. However, being over-endowed with the Protestant ethic, I wrote "important" things first and only wrote the mystery in my spare time, so my first mystery, Murder
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