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Dance Sisters the 'brilliant second novel' from Alan Clay has been released in Print on Demand - electronic publishing that reaches you as a printed book. "Dance Sisters tells the story of a female song and dance trio in Sydney which threatens to self-destruct on the brink of fame, when its leader becomes involved with a cult, touting astrology and virtual dreaming"



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