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by Jaclyn Weldon White
Pages: 220 pages
Publisher: Mercer University Press; First Edition edition (March 1, 2004)
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Distant hearts: a novel. 0865548846 (ISBN13: 9780865548848).
Distant hearts: a novel.
DISTANT HEARTS: A NOVEL by Jaclyn Weldon White (2004-03-01). by Jaclyn Weldon White.
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