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A Swallow Press Book

Goshen Road
A Novel

By Bonnie Proudfoot

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Paperback available January 14, 2020.
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Fiction · West Virginia · Appalachia

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Paperback
978-0-8040-1223-2
Retail price: $19.95, T.
Release date: January 2020
220 pages · 5½ × 8½ in.
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Hardcover
978-0-8040-1222-5
Retail price: $44.95, S.
Release date: January 2020
220 pages · 5½ × 8½ in.
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Electronic
978-0-8040-4107-2
Release date: January 2020
220 pages
Rights:  World

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