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Travel
Author: Irene Soper
ISBN: 0948578653
Subcategory: Europe
Pages 112 pages
Publisher Ex Libris Press (June 16, 1994)
Language English
Category: Travel
Rating: 4.6
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eBook The Romany Way download

by Irene Soper


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The Romany Way. Paperback. By (author) Irene Soper.

She picked up a book and read a few pages with interest. She didn’t understand and snapped the book shut. She picked up a nail buffer and began obsessively polishing her nails, staring blankly at their shiny surface; but her spirit was too restless; she stood up and hesitated for a moment in the hallway. She really had no idea what to do.

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The Sarantapechos family to which Irene belonged was from central Greece and must have been relatively prominent.

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