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Kristin Hannah - The Women

Book cover for "The Women" by Kristin Hannah
St. Martin's Press

“The Women,” a new novel by Kristin Hannah, is set at a pivotal time in American history: the Vietnam era. It is an intimate portrait of a woman coming of age in a dangerous situation and an epic tale of a nation divided by war and broken by politics.

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