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Strange But True

by John Searles

Strange But True by John Searles X
Strange But True by John Searles
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  • First Published:
    Jul 2004, 256 pages
    Paperback:
    Jun 2005, 366 pages

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Vic D

Intriguing Author
Recently read this book and loved it. Searles has a writing style that is unique and surprising. His characters draw you into their world. Very refreshing manner of storytelling.
Stephanie

Excellent book - fast read. Once it hooks you, you can't put it down.
Heather

It was sooooo good.
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