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The sound of life and everything / Krista Van Dolzer.

By: Van Dolzer, Krista
Material type: TextTextDescription: 266 pages ; 22 cmISBN: 9780399167751Subject(s): Family life -- California -- Fiction | Prejudices -- Fiction | Japanese -- United States -- Fiction | Cloning -- Fiction | California -- History -- 20th century -- FictionDDC classification: FIC VAN LOC classification: PZ7.V2737 | Sou 2015Summary: In 1950s California, grieving Mildred Clausen tries to have her son, who was killed in World War II, cloned but instead, a Japanese man emerges and her niece, Ella Mae, befriends him, in spite of the town's intense prejudice and her aunt's conviction that he is her son's killer.
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In 1950s California, grieving Mildred Clausen tries to have her son, who was killed in World War II, cloned but instead, a Japanese man emerges and her niece, Ella Mae, befriends him, in spite of the town's intense prejudice and her aunt's conviction that he is her son's killer.

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