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A dozen engrossing, visceral tales about the difficulties faced by Chinese immigrants in America.
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Wry humor and Midwestern sensibility mark this Depression-era tale of Grandma Dowdel and her unorthodox ways.
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Thrillmeister John Grisham tries his hand at a collection of short stories set in rural north Mississippi.
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