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Jane Tyson Clement
The spring that the white robin was seen was the year of the great drought. As weeks passed without rain, people remembered the robin and the muttering began. This short story about race and prejudice is set in late nineteenth-century America.
Robert Paeglow, MD
N. T. Wright
The captivating story of the world’s favorite saint is now retold for a modern audience by one of the great novelists of our time. Read More
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