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Mystery of the Dark Tower (2000)

by Evelyn Coleman

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In 1928, when her father tears her and her brother from their mother in North Carolina and takes them to live with aunts in Harlem, twelve-year-old Bessie is trapped in a strange place, especially after her father mysteriously disappears.

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In 1928, when her father tears her and her brother from their mother in North Carolina and takes them to live with aunts in Harlem, twelve-year-old Bessie is trapped in a strange place, especially after her father mysteriously disappears.

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It's 1928. Bessie Coulter's father whisks her from their North Carolina farm to Harlem, New York, with no explanation--leaving Mama behind. Twelve-year-old Bessie's determinatino to find out what's happening to her family leads her into the midst of the vibrant Harlem Renaissance. As she searches for the truth about her family, she meets writers, artists, jazz dancers--even a millionaire and a woman rumored to have magical powers.
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