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    Paris was the place [sound recording] / by Susan Conley.
    by Conley, Susan, 1967-
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    [Ashland, OR] : Blackstone Audio, Inc., [2013]
    Description: 
    12 sound discs (ca. 870 min.) : digital ; 4 3/4 in.
    Edition: 
    [Library ed.], unabridged.
    Performance Note: 
    Read by Cassandra Campbell.
    Notes: 
    Title from web page.
    Compact discs.
    "Tracks Every 3 Minutes."
    Duration: 14:30:00.
    Additional Authors: 
    Campbell, Cassandra.
    Blackstone Audio, Inc.
    Holds: 
    1
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    When Willie Pears agrees to teach at a Parisian center for immigrant girls who have requested French asylum, she has no idea it will utterly change her life. She has lived in Paris for six months, surrounded by the most important people in her life: her beloved brother, Luke, her funny and wise college roommate, Sara, and Sara's do-gooder husband, Rajiv. And now there is Macon Ventri, a passionate, dedicated attorney for the detained girls. Theirs is a meeting of both hearts and minds--but not without its problems. As Willie becomes more involved with the immigrant girls who touch her soul, the lines between teaching and mothering are blurred. She is especially drawn to Gita, a young Indian girl who is determined to be free. Ultimately Willie will make a decision with potentially dire consequences to both her relationship with Macon and the future of the center. Meanwhile, Luke is taken with a serious, as-yet-unnamed illness, and Willie will come to understand the power of unconditional love while facing the dark days of his death.
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    Ukiah LibraryBooks On CdBOCD CONLEY12 CDsChecked out07/15/2014

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