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One Degree of Freedom

With beautiful descriptions of the landscapes and cityscapes taken from the author’s own time spent in Romania, the reader becomes engaged with the characters and the gamut of emotions that accompany challenges such as these dark days in Eastern Europe.

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Stolen Treasures at Pictured Rocks

Based on good standards but not necessarily Christian. These books were written for public libraries with a clean purpose. 

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Reluctant Belle

This is the second book in the Daughtry House series by Beth. She lives in Alabama so this book comes with a Southern flare. It is set in the South following the Civil War. There is much hatred between southerners who still want the black people kept as ignorant servants. Others want to teach them to read.

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