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The Names of Our Tears: An Amish-Country Mystery

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Language: English

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They will not download attachments unless they request them. These Amish Quilts are a wonderful family keepsake style, as they use many colors and add real life to your home. Editors and typists place a high priority on maintaining the conversational tone of letters and preserving scribes’ original phrasing whenever possible. The bestselling team of Mindy Starns Clark and Leslie Gould discuss how they manage writing a manuscript when they live 2,000 miles apart.

Pages: 250

Publisher: Plume (May 28, 2013)


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