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God Don't Like Ugly by Mary Monroe

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Also by Mary Monroe:

Never Trust a Stranger, April 2017
Hardcover
Every Woman's Dream, June 2016
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Family Of Lies, June 2014
Hardcover
Mama Ruby, June 2011
Hardcover
She Had It Coming, September 2008
Hardcover
Deliver Me From Evil, August 2008
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Borrow Trouble, November 2007
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God Don't Play, August 2007
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Borrow Trouble, December 2006
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God Don't Play, September 2006
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In Sheep's Clothing, August 2006
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Red Light Wives, September 2004
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The Upper Room, July 2004
Paperback
God Still Don't Like Ugly, September 2003
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Gonna Lay Down My Burdens, September 2002
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God Don't Like Ugly, October 2000
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God Don't Like Ugly
Mary Monroe

Kensington
October 2000
On Sale: October 1, 2000
352 pages
ISBN: 1575666073
EAN: 9781575666075
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$15.00
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Contemporary | Multicultural

Mary Monroe, the acclaimed author of The Upper Room, has had her work praised as "warm, energetic, and charming" by the Houston Post and "magnificent" byt the San Francisco Chronicle. Now, in her new novel, God Don't Like Ugly, she brings back to life the bond between two girls from opposite sides of the track and the shattering event that changes their lives forever.

Set in Ohio during the 50's, 60's and 70's, this richly-drawn coming-of-age tale is about a sexually abused young black woman and the beautiful and diabolical best friend who comes to her rescue. Resonating with clear-eyed wit and uncompromising honesty, it is a tale of endurance, hope and triumph, full of laughter and pure enjoyment.

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