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Two Hearts and a Crow

Ravens are common in Alaska—crows are rare.  Especially a disabled talking crow like Iago.


Women who hold out for marriage are rare in Alaska, but the heroine persists.


Men who want no part of marriage are common in Alaska, and the hero is one.


What happens when these three form a triangle?


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Two Hearts and a Crow

Copyright © 2011 Jane Toombs

ISBN: 978-1-55487-871-0

Cover art by Martine Jardin

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