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Trouble with Bruff

Young, Peter

Trouble with Bruff

by Young, Peter

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Published by Schofield & Sims in Huddersfield .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementillustrator Vera Chadwick.
SeriesData -- 8
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL20328956M
ISBN 100721700233
OCLC/WorldCa220024979

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Trouble The Water - A NOVEL Rebecca Dwight Bruff. Publisher: Koehler Books 1 9 0 Summary “With this stunning debut novel, Rebecca Bruff establishes herself as an exciting new voice in historical fiction.” —Cassandra King Conroy, author of Moonrise, and Founding Honorary Chair of the Pat Conroy Literary Center "Before this decisive night, I’d not fully appreciated the subtle line.

Rebecca Bruff heard the story of Robert Smalls on her first visit to South Carolina. She was so captivated that she left her job and moved across the country to research and write this novel.

Bruff earned her bachelor's degree in education at Texas A&M and a master's and doctorate in theology at Southern Methodist University.

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She was so captivated that she left her job and moved across the country to research and write this novel. Bruff earned her Bachelors degree in education (Texas A&M) and Master and Doctorate degrees in theology (Southern Methodist University).

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