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Copperas Cove

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When Jonathon’s marriage crashes around his head, pictures in a travel magazine inspire him to leave Pittsburgh and start a new life on the Gulf coast. Followed by phantoms from the past, he sets out envisioning the bliss of solitude and long lazy Saturdays on warm southern beaches. Maybe he can find a drugstore in Biloxi that needs a pharmacist. Maybe, if he meets the ...more
Kindle Edition, 288 pages
Published (first published June 5th 2011)
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