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Redemption in Indigo by

Redemption in Indigo by Karen Lord


2010 - fantasy - first novel - Howie Nominee - Karen Lord - Locus Recommended Reading - Mythopoeic Nominee - Mythopoeic Winner - novel - Small Beer Press -


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  • Purchase from Publisher: Small Beer Press
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  • eBook: Weightless Books
  • Review: SF Signal (Burnham)
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