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Ten Tall Totally Twisted Terrible Tales To Tell Vol VIII Bo's Little Fib - cover

Ten Tall Totally Twisted Terrible Tales To Tell Vol VIII Bo's Little Fib

A. H. Hrubes

Publisher: Thoniel Publications

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A young lady named Bo has simple dreams.  She also has one simple job.  Her sheep get stolen, what is she to do?  It is a mystery she must solve.  This story has romance, adventure, crime, and murder!  

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