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Sara Ackerman


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Born and raised in Hawaii, Sara Ackerman is the author of Island of Sweet Pies and Soldiers. When she's not writing or practicing acupuncture, you'll find her in the mountains or in the ocean, which is where most of her inspiration happens.
 

Genres: Historical
 

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