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Blood Tie (1977)

by Mary Lee Settle

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Settle has done a remarkable job of capturing the culture that is, in a sense, the most important character in her book. -- New York Times
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As fairy tales are started in Turkey, "Bir var mish, bir yok mish." Maybe it happened, maybe it didn't.
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Mount Latmos, now called Annadağ, had drawn nearer to the town.
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