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On Tall Pine Lake —Glenn, Dorothy.

"A young woman in 1970s Arkansas is charmed by the owner of a fishing camp, but is wary of his potential connections to several local crimes."--Provided by the publisher.

After the parade —Glenn, Dorothy.
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When a disturbed stalker plunges Kathleen into a real-life nightmare, her only hope is Johnny, her estranged husband--and a love that can bring two hearts through every battle, especially the one within.

Hope's highway —Glenn, Dorothy.

Margie Kinnard is thrilled when the father she barely knows agrees to take her to California. For years, she's yearned to try her luck in Hollywood. But her troubles start the moment she steps into his truck.

Keep a little secret —Glenn, Dorothy.

Follow Charlotte Tucker, the young girl from Garlock's previous novel, "Stay a Little Longer", as she grows into adulthood. Charlotte is a young woman and thirsty to get out of her hometown and see the world. When a teac...

A week from Sunday —Glenn, Dorothy.

"Set in 1930s Louisiana, a young woman makes a new life for herself after she runs away from home"--Provided by publisher.

The edge of town —Glenn, Dorothy.
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Julie Jones has been taking care of her 5 siblings and helping her father on the farm since her mother's death. Then, in short order, the arrival of a new woman in town threatens to tear her family apart, a war veteran o...

Hidden dreams —Glenn, Dorothy.
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"Margaret Anthony was beautiful and independently wealthy, her social position assured. She could have bought a yacht or a palace with the stroke of her pen. To her free-spirited business partner Chip Thorn, she wasn't...

Wild sweet wilderness —Glenn, Dorothy.

Berry was only eighteen - and a fresh-mouthed kid - when she left the wagon train to find her father's claim in Missouri. She was happy to be free from her father's tyranny. But now with only her gentle young stepmother ...

Mother Road —Glenn, Dorothy.

On a hot summer day in 1932, Andy Connors, who owns a garage that serves Route 66, is bitten by a rabid skunk. This unfortunate incident will have surprising ramifications for several people.

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