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on Dec. 21, 2012 :
Having just read Behind Whispering Pines by Marianne Curtis, I am glad she didn't do a full professional edit as other writers may have done. Why? Because the writing comes across as a journal from the heart of someone who has yet to learn how to write professionally which I believe would have destroyed some of the sentiments of this book.
I don't normally read this type of autobiography. However, the preface was such that as I know of a lady who suffered at the hands of a mother who for more than sixty years, despised her for not being a boy, I had to read Behind Whispering Pines, am I am pleased that I did.
(reviewed the day of purchase)