Augusta Trobaugh





Augusta Trobaugh



Average rating: 3.59 · 3,292 ratings · 485 reviews · 15 distinct works · Similar authors
Sophie and the Rising Sun

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The Tea-Olive Bird Watching...

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Swan Place

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River Jordan: A Novel

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Praise Jerusalem!

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Resting in the Bosom of the...

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Music From Beyond The Moon

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Gifts: A Southern Story

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Flood!

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Mother of the Groom

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“Yes,” I answered. But I stayed awake for the rest of that long, dark night, wondering what such a dream could possibly mean.”
Augusta Trobaugh, River Jordan

“Likewise, Peony knew that neither Miss Alice nor Mr. Franklin would notice at all—because to them both, Peony was an invisible presence in the house—a nonperson who did the cooking and the serving and the cleaning up, but who was not supposed to cause any unfortunate ripples in the mirror-calm surface of the family home. So Peony went back to slicing the tomatoes and wiping her eyes, and all because of what she had in her apron pocket—a letter from her big sister, Pansy. From her sister in prison.”
Augusta Trobaugh, River Jordan

“And her cracked voice confirming what they already knew: that God would carry them in the palm of His hand through their illness or grief or a long, hard birth. That’s why people cared”
Augusta Trobaugh, River Jordan



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