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Fall 1919, Minnesota: Irene Ross rocks her two-year-old, Leonard, to the rhythm of the train wheels as they clack over the joints of the rails. At last, she and her husband, Sam, and their four children are returning to Minnesota after living in North Dakota for three years-the longest, loneliest three years of her life. But how will Sam, a proud man, handle the gossip in ...more
Paperback, 240 pages
Published April 1st 2013 by OakTara Publishers
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Connie Lounsbury is a natural storyteller, and it was easy to get caught up her tale, and difficult to put the book down. I felt a large range of emotions as I followed the actions of the characters, from anger to joy to frustration. I'm looking forward to reading much more by Lounsbury!