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Terry Schwartz This novel is the third in a series of six projected stories. I love how there are links from one novel to the next. There is wonderful flow and the language and tone of her writing style is clean and exciting to read. No worries for the younger reader as you won't have to worry about embarrassing language and steamy scenes. A cut from the movies in the middle nineteen hundreds.


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Bettie Terry wrote: "This novel is the third in a series of six projected stories. I love how there are links from one novel to the next. There is wonderful flow and the language and tone of her writing style is clean ..."

Hello there - I am wondering what the name of this book is and/or isbn#. Is it perhaps a kindle product?

We are trying to set the historical fiction listopias straight. Many thanks
Bettie


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Shelly Schwartz This book has gone back into editing.


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Shelly Schwartz "Sepia" is back!


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Bettie Shelly wrote: ""Sepia" is back!"

Thanks Shelly
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