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A Grave is Given Supper - cover

A Grave is Given Supper

Mike Soto

Publisher: Deep Vellum Publishing

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Will appeal to contemporary conversations around the US/Mexico border, immigration, and the drug trade; author has a unique viewpoint from both sides of the border

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