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FRESH FROZEN Recognized in Fiction by National Book Award


FRESH FROZEN by Darden North, MD, was awarded Honorable Mention in Fiction in the 2009 San Francisco Book Festival Awards as announced by Bruce Haring and staff.

Results are posted at SanFranciscoBookFestival.com.

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