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"That's so much fun, Karen. I loved my Hollyhill characters. And I love book clubs. I hope you had a good discussion and will like Orchard of Hope. Let me know if all of you shed a few tears during my "revival" scene at the end. :)"
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That's so much fun, Karen. I loved my Hollyhill characters. And I love book clubs. I hope you had a good discussion and will like Orchard of Hope. Let me know if all of you shed a few tears during my "revival" scene at the end. :)
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