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Mother and daughter, divided by the shadow of disease

By Jessica Treadway
July 10, 2005

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72 Hour Hold By Bebe Moore Campbell Knopf, 319 pp., $24.95 In her previous four novels, Bebe Moore Campbell has examined many sensitive topics in the context of their racial repercussions: sexual harassment, infidelity, orphanhood, and betrayal between friends. Now Campbell tackles mental illness in ''72 Hour Hold," a riveting drama about a mother's quest to find treatment for her ... (Full article: 885 words)

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