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Hedge King in Winter by Michael E. Dellert; Cover design by Glen M. Edelstein Illustration by Grafit Studio

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2 comments on “Mailing List
  1. JaM says:

    You are a new author for me to get to know. I hope to start your book Hedge King in Winter soon. I will leave an honest review when I am done.

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