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3+ quotes from The Winner by David Baldacci

Quotes from The Winner

David Baldacci ·  528 pages

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“The avenues he had taken as a young man had pretty much dictated what the remaining years of his life would be like.”
― David Baldacci, quote from The Winner


“and out of his life. As he”
― David Baldacci, quote from The Winner


“in this house, speaking and thinking”
― David Baldacci, quote from The Winner


About the author

David Baldacci
Born place: in Richmond, Virginia, The United States
Born date August 5, 1960
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