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Junkie Love by Joe Clifford

Peanut was not too happy to have her photo taken! Overview From the cow fields of Connecticut to the streets of San Francisco, Joe Clifford’s Junkie Love traverses the lost highways of America, down the rocky roads of mental illness … Continue reading

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Mockingbird – A Portrait of Harper Lee. From Scout to Go Set a Watchman by Charles J. Shields 

Overview “A fine, well-rounded portrait of Harper Lee. Mockingbird is good reading.”—Star-Tribune (Minneapolis) To Kill a Mockingbird—the twentieth century’s most widely read American novel—has sold thirty million copies and still sells a million yearly. Yet despite her book’s perennial popularity, … Continue reading

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