Cassie humors her fragile sister, Mia, who is recovering from a nervous breakdown, by purchasing two Harlequin dolls at a local antique store. The two dolls, one light-haired and the other dark, are a matching pair—like sisters!
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Author showcases female involvement in WWII in historical fiction novel.
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Pitching Pencils has just published an awesome review on both Drowned Sorrow and The Strangers Outside. Click here to read the entire article:…Continue
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