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She's Strong but She's Tired - cover

She's Strong but She's Tired

r.h. Sin

Publisher: Andrews McMeel Publishing

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From New York Times bestselling author r.h. Sin, an ode to the women who have chosen to fight for themselves.A poetic documentation of pain, loneliness, courage, and triumph.

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