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Ransom's Mark by Wendy Lawton
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Oct 21, 11

Read in October, 2011

I think that this book is another of Wendy's masterpieces. Her books are some of my historical "ficton", though they really happened.

When Olive and Mary Ann were captured, I admire how they never, even though Mary Ann knew she was going to die, lost their hope in and of God. (Love, too.) I do feel very sorry that she was capture by the Yavaipai Indians, but I was EXTREMEMLY happy the the peaceful Mohaves rescured them, and they weren't slaves. I think that this book is one of the best of Wendy's that I've read. But the top on my favorites list is Wendy's "The Tinker's Daughter". It really applied to my life, somehow. I love all of Wendy's book, though. And I want to get the last two that have been published REALLY BADLY!!!!! I love you, Wendy Lawton!

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