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Women of Spirit: Stories of Courage from the Women Who Lived Them by  Katherine Martin - Paperback - Signed - 2001 - from Dan A.Domike and Biblio.com

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Women of Spirit: Stories of Courage from the Women Who Lived Them

by Martin, Katherine

Condition: Good/No Jacket as Issued


Novata, California, U.S.A.: New World Library, 2001. Some wear to the covers with light creasing to the back. Gift isncription to the previous owner on the title page. Inscribed and signed by the author on the title page. Clean text with bright pages.. Signed by Author. Trade Paperback. Good/No Jacket as Issued.


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