Book of Mercy by Sherry Roberts

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BOOK OF MERCY: 2011 Midwest Book Awards Finalist
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A town banning books.
One woman stands against the censors--and she can't read. Can she win?
There's more worth fighting for than you can ever imagine.

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"There's nothing funny about censorship, but Roberts weaves a touching/humorous tale. . . " -- Pioneer Press, St. Paul, MN

"There was nothing about this book that I did not enjoy. . . . Overall, I'd highly recommend this book to anyone who enjoys books that tackle serious issues while still being lighthearted and an easy read." --

If you like serious subjects (censorship) treated with a sprinkle of humor, you'll love Book of Mercy.

***If you are looking for Sherry's funny, quirky novel about art and losing your creativity, simply search under "Maud's House."

About Sherry Roberts

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Sherry Roberts is the author of a novel about art and creativity called Maud’s House, two nonfiction books on the city of Greensboro, North Carolina, and several short fiction pieces. She has contributed essays and articles to national publications such as USA Today. After years as a newspaper reporter and magazine editor, she started her own company with her husband, The Roberts Group (,to provide editorial services and Web development. She lives in Minnesota.
Published September 8, 2011 by Osmyrrah Publishing. 242 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction, Humor & Entertainment. Non-fiction

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Lovers of the written word unite: Book of Mercy tackles censorship in small-town America

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