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The Root Worker

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4.3 out of 5
Based on 48 Ratings and 23 Reviews

Book Description
In Detroit in the 1960s, eleven-year-old Ellen tries to understand herself and her world as she is tormented by the nuns at her school; her mother, who believes Ellen is possessed; and the voodoo priestess who feeds her mother's fears.
Book Information
PublisherOverlook Press
BindingHardcover (4 editions)
Reading LevelAdult
# of Pages208
Publication Date05/21/2001
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About Rainelle Burton (Author) : Rainelle Burton is a published author of adult books. Published credits of Rainelle Burton include The Root Worker (Mysteries & Horror).
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About Amanda Materne (Editor) : Amanda Materne is a published editor of adult books. A published credit of Amanda Materne is The Root Worker.
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