Book Review: Red at the Bone

MOIRA MACDONALD | The Seattle Times
Posted 9/23/19

Jacqueline Woodson's latest novel "Red at the Bone" begins with an orchestra playing music, the murmur of a room full of relatives, a brownstone staircase on which a teenage girl in a dress once made …

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