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Mother Mary is the story of an elderly homeless woman whose life as a middle-class social worker is long past, along with her chances for a better future. After she is falsely accused of murdering an abandoned infant, Mary is locked up in the mental health module of a county jail. She thinks she’s reached bottom. But what could have been her final tragedy ends in hope, as Mother Mary reclaims her real name and her life.
"From the homeless streets to the jail cell, Mother Mary takes us on a harrowing journey. She is sarcastic and intelligent: never to be pitied. When she is accused of murdering a baby, the reader enters a state of empathy that is unrelenting from start to finish. Among the most socially important novels ever written, Mother Mary reveals universal themes through the voice of an unforgettable woman who deserves to be heard."
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