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Title: BROKEN EGGSHELLS
A BLACK COMEDY IN SEVERAL HUES OF YELLOW
By: Christian Cook
Format: Paperback / softback

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ISBN 10: 0595165435
ISBN 13: 9780595165438
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Publisher: WRITERS CLUB PRESS
Pub. date: 20 February, 2001
Pages: 416
Illustrations: black & white illustrations
Publication: US
Imprint: Writers Club Press
Returns: Non-returnable

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