The Secrets Sisters Keep: A Novel

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She has since returned to school for master's degrees in seven- teenth-century history and war studies as part of the research for her fiction. During George Washington's presidency she received a letter inviting Robert Shirtliffe, or rather Mrs. She has published many book chapters and articles in prestigious academic journals, including the Journal of Art Educa- tion, Visual Arts Research, the Journal of Cultural Research in Art Educa- tion, and the Journal of Social Theory in Art Education.

Pages: 301

Publisher: Avon A; Original edition (October 12, 2010)

ISBN: 0061878324

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