Dean Caldwell, Americana Serial Short Story Writer-Novelist is Teaching Students in India to Read in California English

Contact: Sarah Goldberg, Dean Caldwell International, 909-285-8711, [email protected] DELHI, India, April 28, 2017 /Christian Newswire/ — Dean Caldwell, serial novelist of "Alabama, A Haven for Love," "Alaska, Love Found Under the Stars," "Arizona, An Adventure of Love" and the 50 U.S. Box 593; Rancho Cucamonga, California; 91729; U.S.A.; + 1-(909)-285-8711.MEDIA CONTACT INFORMATION: Company: Dean Caldwell InternationalFull Name: Sarah GoldbergPhone: + 1-(909)-285-8711Email: [email protected] Website:

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