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Seven Kinds Of Rain

Author: K. Lyn Wurth
Publisher: K. Lyn Wurth
ISBN: 9781945217005
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On a southern Nebraska prairie in 1919, in small-town Darkwater Creek, an abandoned housemaid with vaudeville memories, a railroad magnate's neglected son, and a runaway Pawnee boy come of age where money is power, the right name brings privilege, and the color of your skin can make you disappear. Witnesses to criminal tragedy, Margaret Rose, Jack and Kuruk gather in their riverside treehouse for courage. Their love and loyalty are strong, but will the town's corruption divide them? Book One of the River Saga, Seven Kinds of Rain revives three unwanted children's voices, a tall-grass prairie scarred by railroad tracks, the mythic frontier's fading heartbeat, and the violence that stole the West.

Remember How It Rained

Author: K. Lyn Wurth
Publisher:
ISBN: 9781945217029
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Remembering, where justice begins... Divided in childhood but children no more, Margaret Rose, Jack and Kuruk answer the echoes of childhood loves, memories and voices. Power is shifting in Darkwater Creek, old crimes cry out for justice and Nebraska's deadliest floodwaters gather in the west. Book Two of the River Saga, Remember How It Rained continues Seven Kinds of Rain's voices of innocence, corruption, courage and justice on the Great Plains. It sings of running away and coming home to find love, truth and justice in the places and people who won't let you go.

Virgin River

Author: Robyn Carr
Publisher: MIRA
ISBN: 0778314154
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Recently widowed Melinda Monroe may have come to Virgin River looking for escape from her heartache, but instead she finds her home. Reissue.

Sunk Without A Sound

Author: Brad Dimock
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ISBN: 9781892327987
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In November 1928 an empty scow was found adrift and empty in the Colorado River. No bodies were found. But since 1971 several people have come forward claiming to be the occupants; one confesses to being a murderer.

The Darkwater Liar S Account

Author: K. Lyn Wurth
Publisher:
ISBN: 9781491080238
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You may rewrite history, but only the truth can save you. London, 1930. As young Bridget's German immigrant mother deteriorates in a locked bedchamber, she resents her scholarly father's control and exploitation. Failing to escape him as a liar and a thief, she finds herself abruptly disowned. Alpine Bavaria, 1936. Travel to the Winter Olympiad offers a handsome German officer and an idealized cause as "Gitta," a Nazi nurse, wife and mother. Yet, after the Reich, after everything burns, even new loves and a grounded homeland in America can't reverse the tide of Bridget's youthful complicity with Nazi eugenics. Darkwater Creek, Nebraska, 1968. Civil unrest and assassinations fuel Bridget's regrets. As she denies and conceals a legacy of murder and family devastation, accelerating symptoms warn that her mother's genetic disease is also her own. When a roadside explosion of family violence propels Bridget to her farmhouse cellar for refuge, she finds a tattered ledger, long since abandoned by a farmer named Laura. Here she aligns the perfect confession and collaboration; resolved to alter the surge of history, Bridget reclaims her memories and calculates her receipts, before yet another person dies on her account. *This edition includes a bonus True to Story reading guide for individuals and book clubs.

Bury My Heart At Wounded Knee

Author: Dee Alexander Brown
Publisher: Sterling Publishing Company, Inc.
ISBN: 9781402760662
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Documents, personal narratives, and illustrations record the experiences of Native Americans during the nineteenth century.

People Of The River

Author: W. Michael Gear
Publisher: Macmillan
ISBN: 0812507436
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With the corn crop failing and the Cahokia chiefs' lust for tribute growing, a warchief and the warrior woman he loves look to the gods for a sign of hope for their people

Beautiful Ruins

Author: Jess Walter
Publisher: Center Point Pub
ISBN: 9781611735369
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In 1962, on a rocky patch of sun-drenched Italian coastline, a young innkeeper looks out over the incandescent waters of the sea and spies a woman, a vision in white, approaching him on a boat. He learns that she is an American starlet who is said to be dying. And the story begins again in the present when half a world away, an elderly Italian man shows up on a movie studio's back lot searching for the mysterious woman he last saw at his hotel decades earlier. What unfolds is a dazzling, yet deeply human, roller coaster of a novel, spanning fifty years and nearly as many lives including the starstruck Italian innkeeper and his long-lost love; the producer who once brought them together and his idealistic young assistant; the army veteran turned fledgling novelist and the rakish Richard Burton himself, whose appetites set the whole story in motion. Gloriously inventive and constantly surprising, Beautiful Ruins is a story of flawed yet fascinating people, navigating the rocky shores of their lives while clinging to their improbable dreams.

The Secret River

Author: Kate Grenville
Publisher: Open Road + Grove/Atlantic
ISBN: 9780802197795
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This Man Booker Award Finalist and Commonwealth Prize-winner is an “unforgettable” tale of crime and survival in colonial Australia (Chicago Tribune). In 1806 William Thornhill, an illiterate English bargeman and a man of quick temper but deep compassion, steals a load of wood and, as a part of his lenient sentence, is deported, along with his beloved wife, Sal, to the New South Wales colony in what would become Australia. The Secret River is the tale of William and Sal’s deep love for their small, exotic corner of the new world, and William’s gradual realization that if he wants to make a home for his family, he must forcibly take the land from the people who came before him. Acclaimed around the world, The Secret River is a “magnificent” work of historical fiction that “pulls us ever deeper into a time when one community’s opportunity spelled another’s doom” (The New Yorker).