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HELEN"S TEMPER AND ITS CONSEQUENCES
MRS GEORGE GLADSTONE
2005 by LAMPLIGHTER PUBLISHING .
Written in English
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This is a story that reaches the heart, especially when you read how Helen responds to unexpected mercy and forgiveness she did not deserve. pages, hardcover.
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