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As Flanagan picks at the threads of the dead man’s life, a disturbing picture emerges, and she realizes that Roberta is not what she seems. At the age of 80 she learned to use a computer and subsequently wrote and illustrated six books based upon recollections from her life. The Great Depression was a time of severe economic hardship when many people in the United States were unemployed. From 1877 to 1890 she was a regular contributor to the Reports of the Montreal Horticultural Society and Fruit Growers Association of the Province of Quebec.

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Publisher: Kensington (July 29, 2014)

ISBN: 0758280459

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