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Leaving Cold Sassy: The Unfinished Sequel to Cold Sassy Tree
At the time of her death, Olive Ann Burns had completed 15 chapters of the sequel to her bestselling novel, Cold Sassy Tree. With the publication of Leaving Cold Sassy, we bid farewell to this beloved…
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