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Michael Thomas Ford

Author of Suicide Notes

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Isobel Bird (penname) is a practicing Wiccan, whose teen series Circle of Three, developed a cult following among otherwise well-behaved, bookish readers. Isobel lives and celebrates the moon in Northern California
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