Behind Whispering Pines

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Imagine growing up hearing you are nothing. Imagine believing you are predestined to be useless and worthless. Imagine believing you are unlovable and TWO mothers despised you enough to either toss you aside or abuse you. More
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About Marianne Curtis

Since the fall of 1997, Marianne Curtis has been writing for the Dawson Trail Dispatch. She has since published over 7,000 articles in the monthly publication.

While she prefers investigative pieces, Ms. Curtis does not limit her expertise. Over the years she has covered hardcore news, political issues, public interest groups, community events, sports and entertainment. She also does her own photography.

When Ms. Curtis is not writing for the newspaper, she enjoys spending time with her family, gardening and with her many friends.

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Francisco Figueira reviewed on March 20, 2014

Short - Raw - Realistic - Touching

There's not much more to say than these 4 words. The thing that makes this book so brilliant is that it is about a sad story that is not dramatically written. Instead, it's realism in raw words.

There's no reason to skip this short and free great story. I truly recommend it.
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Peter Allchin reviewed on Dec. 21, 2012
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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.
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