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Books, Books, the Magical Fruit: Interview & Showcase: The Fallen Angels Book Club ...

This is a great interview of and Up & Coming Mystery Writer, R Franklin James!
Her book is based in the San Francisco Bay Area! It's a great read. Enjoy. Feedback greatly encouraged. 

Books, Books, the Magical Fruit: Interview & Showcase: The Fallen Angels Book Club ...: The Fallen Angels Book Club by R Franklin James on Tour June 1st - July 31st 2013 1. Who or what inspired you to become a writer? ...

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