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  • Blissby Gabrielle Pina

    Random House Publishing Group 2008; US$ 11.65

    “Sometimes a lie is the best thing.” Francesca Valentine is a successful, beautiful, world-renowned violinist. But when her perfect life is shattered, she must confess to a history of carefully calculated deception. Claudine Jenkins was a musical prodigy who clung to her one true love—a violin given to her by her aunt Hattie Mae. Claudine grew up... more...

  • Chasing Sopheaby Gabrielle Pina

    Random House Publishing Group 2009; US$ 11.65

    “Poignant and gripping . . . a heartfelt portrayal of a family’s shameful secrets and the power of unconditional love.” –Tracy Price-Thompson, author of A Woman’s Worth People don’t usually name tornadoes, but that year, Daddy insisted. “Any twister that beautiful and that dangerous can only be female. Reminds me of a woman I used to know named Sophea.”... more...

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