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A Conspiracy of Goodness

Written By: C.P.T. Jennings
  • ID Book : 9780983931737
  • Publisher : Lulu Press, Inc
  • Number of Pages : null
  • Genre : Fiction
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Henry Oliver has achieved stardom in the international dance world at a young age, only to learn through bitter experience that success is no substitute for love. When his lover dies and he learns that his estranged mother is dying, he must return to the mountain community where he grew up, to confront his own emotions and the mysteries of his family's past.

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