The Winter Queen

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Author Gibson refashioned the sinister narrator of CBS Radio's The Detective Story Hour into a dark super-hero - a super-sleuth who often battled against super-criminals. Her main focus is military and political history. Come take a step back in time and join with the men, women and children of Fort Tejon. An avid cross country rider, Bennetts was also an accomplished pianist and accompanist, having regularly performed music of the period. I went to the Alabama public schools at a time when my English teachers, all but one of whom was a woman, taught nothing but the classics.

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Publisher: Random; Reprint edition (2004)

ISBN: B00326G6VG

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