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River with no bridge / [large print] Karen Wills.

By: Wills, Karen.
Publisher: Waterville, Maine : Wheeler Publishing, a part of Gale, a Cengage Company, 2018. ©2017Description: 461 p. (large print) ; 22 cm.ISBN: 9781432853099 .Report number: BQ-Summer 19Subject(s): Miners -- Fiction | Women household employees -- Fiction | Married people -- FictionGenre/Form: Western fiction. | Western stories. | Large type books.Summary: In 1882 Boston, eighteen-year-old Nora Flanagan works as a maid and dreams of achieving the respectability and security denied her as a tinker's daughter in Ireland. Then she meets Tade Larkin, who tells of better things in the Montana Territory where he works as a miner. Nora makes the journey across the country to marry Tade. But life is harsh in the West, and Nora faces challenges she never imagined. Through it all she is sustained by the affection of an unlikely protector and her growing love for the wild, untamed landscape of the West.
List(s) this item appears in: 2019 LARGE Print Selections | 2019 LARGE PRINT Summer Catalog | 2019 Western selections | 2019 Summer Catalog
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In 1882 Boston, eighteen-year-old Nora Flanagan works as a maid and dreams of achieving the respectability and security denied her as a tinker's daughter in Ireland. Then she meets Tade Larkin, who tells of better things in the Montana Territory where he works as a miner. Nora makes the journey across the country to marry Tade. But life is harsh in the West, and Nora faces challenges she never imagined. Through it all she is sustained by the affection of an unlikely protector and her growing love for the wild, untamed landscape of the West.

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