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Leaning into the curves a novel by Nancy Anderson

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Published by Deseret Book in Salt Lake City, Utah .
Written in English


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When Hank retires, Molly"s life is turned upside down. After he buys a motorcycle and joins an LDS motorcycle group, Molly starts making some changes of her own.

Edition Notes

Statementby Nancy Anderson and Carroll Hofeling Morris
ContributionsMorris, Carroll Hofeling
Classifications
LC ClassificationsPS3601.N5444 L43 2010
The Physical Object
Pagination257 p. ;
Number of Pages257
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24437920M
ISBN 109781606412350
LC Control Number2010001648

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