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About the Author
Kristi Hiner is an English teacher at Wooster High School in Wooster, Ohio, where she also serves as the school newspaper advisor.
Table of Contents
Life and Background of the Author.
Introduction to the Novel.
PART ONE: The Hearth and the Salamander.
PART TWO: The Sieve and the Sand.
PART THREE: Burning Bright.
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