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DEAD GIRLS DON'T WRITE LETTERS
Brookfield, Conn. : Roaring
Brook Press, 2003.
life hasn't been easy. But now it is just way too hard. Her
older sister has died in a fire. Her mother can't cope and barely
gets out of bed anymore. Her dad is drinking to stop his pain.
And Sunnie is trying to help both of them. Then it shows up.
A letter mixed in among the bills and junk mail. A letter written
on yellow paper. A letter from her dead sister. Sunnie assumes
the letter was written before Jazz was killed but when she finally gets
up enough courage to open it, she can't believe what it says. Jazz
is still alive and is coming home. Can this really be happening?
Can Jazz really be alive? And what will happen with her parents when
their favorite child returns?
Sisters -- Fiction.
Death -- Fiction.
Mystery and detective stories.
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