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    Cutting for Stone: Abraham Verghes

  • Tamara Van Liew

    Cutting for Stone: Abraham Verghese One of my favorite books that we read in my group.

  • Bec Benson

    Cutting for Stone- I would have to say that was one of the best stories bookclub has read in a long time. We all loved it.

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