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Once Upon a River by Bonnie Jo Campbell

Once-Upon-a-River-198x300.jpg Margo Crane, a sixteen-year-old beauty from Michigan, finds her life in a tizzy after the violent death of her father. With no place to call home, she meanders the Stark River on a quest to find her long absent mother. The twists and turns she encounters on the river parallel the twists and turns of her own life. Wise beyond her years, Margo is a apt student of both human and Mother Nature alike. Strong, confident and scared, Margo is a modern day Twain character with a river beneath her and the stars above. Come hear the author of Once Upon a River, Bonnie Jo Campbell, speak at the Boswell Book Company at 7 p.m. June 8th.

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