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Manette Ansay - Author

Manette Ansay is the New York Times bestselling author of four novels: Midnight Champagne, A National Book Critics Circle Award winner, River Angel and Vinegar Hill, an Oprah Winfrey Bookclub Selection, a short-story collection, Read This and Tell Me What It Says, and a memoir, Limbo, of her battle with illness to begin her writing career.

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Midnight Champagne by Manette Ansay
Midnight Champagne
Manette Ansay
This story is told through various characters on the wedding day of April and Caleb. As we follow the wedding party throughout the day we listen to various stories about marriage and the character’s hopes and fears. An insightful look...
Format: Paperback - Released: 20/03/2008

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