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Dorothy Garlock. “That, my friend,” Zachary said, smiling, “is where you come in.” Chapter Six R ACHEL TOSSED a freshly laundered sheet over.
Dorothy Garlock. “How come you picked this big, old ugly cousin of mine over me ? I'm much better looking than he is.” “Because I didn't want to be responsible for all the desperate women who would have thrown themselves in the river when ...
Molly barely noticed the sedan that pulled up in front of her family's store.
Katy knows that she, her sister and her niece are the only people left in this desolate Montana ghost town.
Vanessa is determined to cross the prairies, ford the mighty rivers and climb the Rockies to reach Colorado.
In this final novel of the Wabash Trilogy, a bold young woman must overcome the harsh reality of the frontier before she can dare to love.
Out of print for nine years, a classic western romance by the bestselling author of Homeplace and Ribbon in the Sky has been brought back by popular demand.
Heopened his Bible, spread his legs, and squared his shoulders. “What's your name, woman?” “Liberty Carroll Perry.” Libertywasangry. What should beone of the most sacred moments in her life was beingruined bythis jackassof a preacher.
The million-copy bestselling author of Wind of Promise and Annie Lash continues her breathtaking Wabash River Trilogy with this second exciting novel set in Arkansas in 1819.
Eight years have passed since their passionate young love went wrong. Now Nelda returns to her Iowa farmland home, only to rediscover her teenage love who was, for a few brief months, her husband. But is their love reawakening?
Sixty years after her visit to Oz, Dorothy is still wishing to return and gets the chance when her granddaughter, Dorothy, spends the summer with her in Kansas
Dorothy Wayne was a pseudonym used by Noel Sainsbury who wrote a series of books featuring Bill Bolton, the idea being that a female author would appeal more to a young female audience.
Angel Dorothy is the inspiring biography of a formidable woman: wealthy American heiress Dorothy Elmhirst, who poured her considerable resources into founding Dartington Hall in 1925.
Nearly a hundred years later, Dorothy Wickenden, the granddaughter of Dorothy Woodruff, found the teachers’ buoyant letters home, which captured the voices of the pioneer women, the children, and other unforgettable people the women got ...
Sharing the Blessing of Your Marriage, Family, and Home Dorothy Kelley Patterson. A HANDBOOIQfoE^ MINISTEI^WIVES DOROTHY KELLEY PATTERSON m PUBLISHING CROUP NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE © 2002 by Dorothy Kelley ...
Other friends we have, then living, but none so intimate or well beloved. Mr. Waller, whom Dorothy may have known, Mr. Cowley, Sir Peter Lely, ——who painted our heroine's portrait,—-and Dr. Jeremy Taylor; very courtly and superior persons ...
One of Henly's four surviving daughters was Dorothy Faye Whitaker Howard. Dorothy's husband, Garnett Howard, was the son of Fred Napoleon Howard and Jessie Moberly. Garnett and Dorothy were the parents of two sons, Gene Bernard , ...
Dorothy Wickenden describes the relationship between the two men — a relationship that would alter the history of race in America. Dorothy Wickenden Dorothy Wickenden is the managing editor of The New Republic. Born in Nor- walk, ...
Two of Dorothy's poems are included in the appendix, along with thirty-three poems by Wordsworth, which are referred to in the journals.
By Dorothy Sterling. Doubleday, 1954. Corrie andthe Yankee. By Mimi Cooper Levi. Viking, 1959. Mary Jane. By Dorothy Sterling. Doubleday, 1959. William. By Anne Welsh Guy. Dial, '95'. Forever Free. By Dorothy Sterling. Doubleday, 1961.
This work has been selected by scholars as being culturally important, and is part of the knowledge base of civilization as we know it.
So argues Dorothy E. Smith in this provocative study of her own discipline and its relationship to women's lives.
(Skid more, ASCAP) DOROTHY COLLINS That's All I Need 78 GOTHAM 117— The canary has a way with r.&b. material and she wraps up this LaVerne/ Baker ditty with showmanship and a great beat. One of Dorothy Collins' best sides.
... .iirrett Juanita Gray Anna Christine Richards Dorothy Starr Muriel E. Halstead Shirley Clement Arthur Munro Charles Ray McCallum Rudolph ... Blanche Leeming Dorothy Barclay Emmehne Bradshaw Maude W. Fowler Jean Russell Doris F. Halman Charlotte P. Smith ... Brady Dorothy Seligman Marjorie Cluett Helen Baker Isabella B. Howland Robert Wilson Frances Isabell Powell Julia La Bau Carey ...
Dorothy Height marched at civil rights rallies, sat through tense White House meetings, and witnessed every major victory in the struggle for racial equality.
... her among so many dead. And then, please God, I shall have perished too Nor envy for her sake what Time may do. Dorothy Collins Alyea COMMENT A CENSORSHIP FOR CRITICS SOMEONE ought to introduce a  Dorothy Collins Alyea.
Dorothy Anne Austin is a Scot who now lives in Cyprus. She is an animal lover and is happy to think of these stories being read by children.
Neither condemning nor defending footbinding, Dorothy Ko debunks many myths and misconceptions about its origins, development, and eventual end, exploring in the process the entanglement of male power and female desire during the practice's ...
Immersion versus the 'perfect imbecility' of the Stream in Dorothy Richardson's Pilgrimage1 Rebecca Bowler and Scott McCracken In 1945, when she was seventytwo, Dorothy Richardson wrote to her friend and patron, Bryher, that she had ...