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Great news. Have been waiting for this for a while.

Will make Septembers trip a bit easier than loose leaf articles.


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Cindy Adair

Hi Larry!

Thanks so much for the news about the new book.

Mine should arrive in my little PO Box in rural Puerto Rico on July 25.

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