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Rock Bound by Rochelle Weber
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Rock Crazy by Rochelle Weber
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Dassa skates toward the palace in completion of her Third Quest, unaware the Karkar Plague has returned to ravage Gannah. On a medical starship not far away, Dr. Pik is ordered to find a cure for the plague - an unlikely assignment, given his inbred hatred of the whole Gannahan race. Duty trumps prejudice, however, and he succeeds... but that's just the beginning of the story. Dassa and Pik survive attack by space pirates, [...]
 
Morgan's Choice by Greta van der Rol
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Quran in English - Modern English Translation. Clear and Easy to Understand. by Talal Itani
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