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Evergreen

Author: Belva Plain
Publisher: Dell
ISBN: 9780307574626
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“A grand, sweeping panorama . . . richly written, finely detailed . . . vivid and memorable.”—Daily News (New York) Yearning for a better life, Anna Friedman fled Poland for New York at the turn of the century. Finding work as a maid for the Werner family, Anna discovers an elegance beyond her dreams—and the passion of Paul Werner, a man beyond her reach, even when she is in his arms. But it is Joseph Friedman whom she marries. And through an act of illicit passion that will haunt her though all her days, Anna lifts Joseph from poverty to a wealth on which the Friedman dynasty would be based for generations. Sweeping from Jazz Age New York to Nazi Germany to a sun-baked Israeli kibbutz, Evergreen has become a modern American classic—an epic novel that spans three generations of an unforgettable family—and exposes the heart of an extraordinary woman: her marriage, her children, her deceit.

The Golden Cup

Author: Belva Plain
Publisher: Dell
ISBN: 0804152535
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In this magnificent return to the world of Evergreen, Henrietta Roth, an extraordinary woman, fights to control her destiny; and three turbulent generations come vividly to life against a background of immigrant struggle, war, and passion. "A page-turner... Hard to put down." -- The Washington Post

Tapestry

Author: Belva Plain
Publisher: Delacorte Pr
ISBN: 9780385296304
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Devastated by the stillbirth of his child, banking magnate Paul Werner struggles with his forbidden passion for the elusive Anna, while continuing his work to help the Jews fleeing Germany

Heartwood

Author: Belva Plain
Publisher: Bantam
ISBN: 0440246032
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Septuagenarian Iris Stern questions her beliefs about what it means to be a woman and a wife when her daughter's marriage crumbles, an event that is complicated by the revelation of a dark family secret.

Harvest

Author: Belva Plain
Publisher: Dell Publishing Company
ISBN: 0440208912
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The Werner family saga continues as Iris and Theo's marriage dissolves, their son Steve, a political radical, flees from the FBI, and Anna tries to undo the damage of the past

Evergreen

Author: Belva Plain
Publisher: Hachette UK
ISBN: 1473627583
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A magnificent story of courage and ambition. Born into poverty and fear, Anna Friedman is desperate to leave her native Poland. Determined to make something of herself, Anna takes a journey that will change her life forever. Crossing the ocean, she moves to into a cramped New York slum and finds a job in a sweatshop. When two very different men fall in love with her, Anna is torn in love and loyalty.

Random Winds

Author: Belva Plain
Publisher: Dell
ISBN: 0307575063
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From a quiet turn-of-the-century village in upstate New York to war-torn London, from the bedsides of the rural poor to the life-and-death urgency of a great New York City hospital, this is a powerful epic of three generations of doctors in one magnificent family. The Farrells-dedicated, brilliant.. and driven to the edge of destruction by a love no human force could suppress. From the Paperback edition.

Crescent City

Author: Belva Plain
Publisher: Dell
ISBN: 9780307574497
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She was the exquisite daughter of a wealthy Jewish merchant. From a charmed girlhood in opulent New Orleans, she would be swept into the cataclysm of the Civil War. Forced to choose between her duties as a Southern wife and mother and her love for a forbidden man, a forbidden cause, Miriam Raphael is at the center of the whirlwind in a spellbinding novel of divided loyalties and divided hearts. From the Paperback edition.

Evergreen

Author: Rebecca Rasmussen
Publisher: Vintage
ISBN: 0345806719
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From the celebrated author of The Bird Sisters, a gorgeously rendered and emotionally charged novel that spans generations, telling the story of two siblings, raised apart, attempting to share a life. It is 1938 when Eveline, a young bride, follows her husband into the wilderness of Minnesota. Though their cabin is rundown, they have a river full of fish, a garden out back, and a new baby boy named Hux. But when Emil leaves to take care of his sick father, the unthinkable happens: a stranger arrives, and Eveline becomes pregnant. She gives the child away, and while Hux grows up hunting and fishing in the woods with his parents, his sister, Naamah, is raised an orphan. Years later, haunted by the knowledge of this forsaken girl, Hux decides to find his sister and bring her home to the cabin. But Naamah, even wilder than the wilderness that surrounds them, may make it impossible for Hux to ever tame her, to ever make up for all that she, and they, have lost. Set before a backdrop of vanishing forest, this is a luminous novel of love, regret, and hope.

Evergreen

Author: Thomas Torrington
Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
ISBN: 9781981561421
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For Bud Marshall, growing up in a rural Maine town would be challenging enough if it weren't for the fact that fate dealt him a difficult hand to begin with. Left to be raised by his grandparents, Bud struggles to discover himself as he pursues the dream of realizing greatness in his own life. Fortunately for Bud, he has help on his journey of discovery from the girl next door. Teresa Peterson, a precocious youth one year his junior, both acts to guide and confound Bud's decisions. But sometimes, the ones we are closest to, are those we hurt the most. A profoundly human story about family, friendship, and love, in which Bud learns as he matures that it is taking responsibility for his own life, and making choices in conscious awareness of who he is, that will shape his destiny. Can he overcome his past mistakes, and build a real foundation for the future? --What people are saying-- "An inspiring and deeply profound masterpiece." - Stephen R. Willis Co-Editor in Chief, Uprising Review "Thomas Torrington's "Evergreen" is a stunning literary accomplishment. This coming-of-age story will challenge your perspectives on what it means to live a life well spent, facing your innermost monsters, and not surrendering to your circumstances. Make sure you set aside time to read it; you will not want to put it down." - Rich Williams reader review