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Southern Exposure

Karen Kelley - Fiction - 2005 - 282 pages
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Southern Exposure

Linda Lightsey Rice - Fiction - 1992 - 338 pages
The murder of an elderly widow turns the once-peaceful town of Essex, South Carolina, into a place of fear, mistrust, and suspicion, prompting old secrets and long-harbored ...
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Southern Exposure

Jeff Hovik - Fiction - 2011 - 254 pages
What happens in Mexico stays in Mexico. Or does it? When twenty-eight-year-old restaurateur Nick Jensen and two friends fly from their hometown of Phoenix, to a small resort ...
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Southern Exposure

Kendall Grace - Fiction - 2011
When Lilith fell into lust with musician Aidan, she never expected it to last. And she was right. Her doctor has given her months to live, and telling Aidan is the hardest ...
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Writing Okinawa: Narrative Acts of Identity and Resistance

Davinder L. Bhowmik - Literary Criticism - 2008 - 248 pages
This book traces the development of Okinawan literature over the tumultuous past century, during which the island experienced imperial subjectification, wartime annihilation, a ...
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Daughters of the Moon

Joseph Curtin - Fiction - 2000 - 381 pages
A legendary vampire known as the Blood Countess journeys from her castle in the Carpathian Mountains to the glitter of the modern-day world of rock music, in search of a ...
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