John F Carr

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  • Sun Going Down Mavis Gallant Award-winning author Jack Todd-an American expat living in Canada-pens an epic work of historical fiction based partly on his own relatives. Spanning the Civil War to the Roaring Twenties, Sun Going Down details three generations of the Paint family as they work to find their places ... Read Book

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