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By: Eunice P. England

Thomas's Taverne Crunch Cove and "Think" Amalgamation

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Hampshire-based Eunice P. England made her debut as an author with her book Kedge Skroppett, initially deemed a unique Victorian melodrama in verse. With many forthcoming works already queuing in her personal repertoire, this is certainly an author worth looking out for.

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