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Secrets of a Small Town: The Extraordinary Confessions of Ordinary People (edition 1991)

by Jerry Biederman (Author)

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This startlingly intimate glimpse into the hidden side of ordinary people shares with readers the sins and crimes, shames and guilts of more than 100 people from a typical American small town. A tantalizing feast of long-hidden tidbits. Some poignant, some hilarious, some devastating.--Los Angeles Times Book Review.… (more)
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Title:Secrets of a Small Town: The Extraordinary Confessions of Ordinary People
Authors:Jerry Biederman (Author)
Info:Pharos Books (1991), Edition: 1st, 157 pages
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This startlingly intimate glimpse into the hidden side of ordinary people shares with readers the sins and crimes, shames and guilts of more than 100 people from a typical American small town. A tantalizing feast of long-hidden tidbits. Some poignant, some hilarious, some devastating.--Los Angeles Times Book Review.

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