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"Message in a Bottle" by Nicholas Sparks (3rd letter)

September 25, 1995 Dear Catherine, A month has passed since I’ve written, but it has seemed to pass much more slowly. Life passes by now like the scenery outside a car window. I breathe and eat and...
  • Shelby

    Your Quickie Guide to Every Nicholas Sparks Book: 1998 - 'Message in a Bottle'

  • Vonda Caldwell

    The 1st Nicholas Sparks book I read. Well worth reading but get out the Kleenex

  • Sheela Richen Daminar

    Message in a Bottle by Nicholas Sparks. One of my favorite books. Too bad I lost my copy of this too! :-(

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