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The Daughters of Erietown

Connie Schultz’s debut it a plain-spoken elegy to small-town, working-class women with big stories to tell.

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Review of ‘The Daughters of Erietown’

Journalist Connie Schultz won a Pulitzer Prize for her columns in Cleveland’s The Plain Dealer, stories that “provided a voice for the underdog and underprivileged.” So it should come as no surprise that her debut novel, The Daughters of Erietown, is a plain-spoken elegy to small-town, working-class women with big stories to tell.

The novel…

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