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<p>Spring galleys arrive at Hawthorne Books</p>

Spring galleys arrive at Hawthorne Books

Spring galleys arrived for Megan Kruse's novel, Call Me Home, and David Shields and Elizabeth Cooperman's anthology, Life Is Short -- Art Is Shorter: In Praise of Brevity

Posted by Rhonda Hughes on 18 Nov 2014

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