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Elizabeth Strout
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"She is the plainest child I have ever seen" (Pharmacy Pages 1-16, p. 12).

"Denise, you need some friends" (Pharmacy Pages 17-29, p. 25).

"Kevin Coulson. Hello" (Incoming Tide, p. 34).

"And I've been feeling pretty sorry for you, Angie, all these years" (The Piano Player, p. 58).

"Never trust folks" (A Little Burst, p. 68).

"But maybe I've been selfish. What can I do to please you" (Starving p. 83).

"Olive, we were scared that night" (A Different Road, p. 125).

"I don't ever want to talk about her" (Winter Concert, p. 139).

"You can die now, Henry. Go ahead" (Tulips, p. 161).

"We all want to kill someone at some point" (Basket of Trips, p. 179).

"You'll have to organize your days" (Ship in a Bottle, p. 181).

"I'm not going to be ruled by my fear of you, Mom" (Security, p. 230).

"My father said it didn't look good for a minister's kids to show favorites. In a...

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