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One Came Home

CRITICS HAVE SAID

  • “The truly memorable characters and setting – particularly descriptions of the incredible phenomenon of passenger-pigeon nesting and migration – and the gradual unraveling of the mystery of Agatha’s disappearance make this one hard to put down.” – Kirkus Reviews
  • “Part western, part mystery, with plenty adventure and a touch of romance,One Came Home will be enjoyed by readers of many genres and remembered for its setting and the unusual natural phenomenon it brings to life.” – VOYA

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