An Angel at My Table

An Angel at My Table
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Daniela

I was very surprised to find this here. My writer's group talked about this author today, did not know there was a movie until I looked her up. Thanks very much for this.

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Dorothy

An inspiring story of triumph over adversity.

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Justine

good

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Pippin

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