The dog who danced: A Novel

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Leaning on her beloved Sheltie after a lifetime of painful losses, Justine Meade struggles with a difficult separation when she returns to her childhood home after a twenty-year absence and encounters an estranged couple torn by the loss of their daughter.
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1 online resource (1 audio file (10hr., 16 min.)) :digital.
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Read by Fred Berman and Christina Delaine.
Leaning on her beloved Sheltie after a lifetime of painful losses, Justine Meade struggles with a difficult separation when she returns to her childhood home after a twenty-year absence and encounters an estranged couple torn by the loss of their daughter.
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9780312674991
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subject_facet Domestic fiction, FICTION / Contemporary Women, Homecoming -- Fiction, Human-animal relationships -- Fiction, Loss (Psychology) -- Fiction, Middle-aged women -- Washington (State) -- Seattle -- Fiction, New Bedford (Mass.) -- Fiction, Shetland sheepdog -- Fiction
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title_full The Dog Who Danced A Novel, The dog who danced / Susan Wilson, The dog who danced [electronic resource] / Susan Wilson
title_short The dog who danced
title_sub A Novel
topic_facet Fiction, Homecoming, Human-animal relationships, Literature, Loss (Psychology), Middle-aged women, Shetland sheepdog