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Alma Mater
Alma Mater
Author: Rita Mae Brown
At the start of senior year at William & Mary, six-foot-tall, raven-haired beauty Victoria "Vic" Savedge finds her future already mapped out for her. She will marry football star Charly Harrison, the son of one of Virginia's most prominent families and live happily ever after. Though branded by a fiery streak of independence, V...  more »
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ISBN-13: 9780965322195
ISBN-10: 096532219X
Publication Date: 2001
Pages: 260
Edition: 1st
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Publisher: Ballentine Publishing Group
Book Type: Paperback
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If you are a fan of Rita Mae Brown's non-Mrs. Murphy work, this one will not disappoint. Her irreverent approach to life is quite funny, and touching as well. Please be advised that the characters are quite colorful, and form non-traditional partnerships. This is not as innocent as her Mrs. Murphy series, but a very good read, none-the-less.
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