The Dakota Territories Held Promise For Misfits, Outlaws, And Hardened Pioneers, But Would Flats Junction Offer Enough Sanctuary And Hope For The Widow From Back East Boston Widow Jane Weber Moves To The Dakota Territories To Reinvent Herself Stirring Up Controversy, Jane Rooms With The Last Blackfoot Sioux In Town And Navigates A Mercurial Friendship With The Fiercely Independent Town Grocer She Finds Everyone Has An Untold Story, Including Her Unpredictable Employer, The Town Doctor The Print Version Of Widow Has Charming Illustrations And A Map Of The Flats Junction, Dakota Area Both The Epub And Print Editions Come With Book Club Questions, Historical References, And Notes For The Reader Ms Dahmen Has Managed To Capture The Very Essence Of The Time Period And The Heart Of The Woman Brave Enough To Find Her Own Way In This Thoroughly Enjoyable And Engrossing Novel Don T Miss It Lesley Kagen, New York Times Bestselling Author Of The Mutual Admiration Society And Whistling In The Dark A Character At War With The World Is Good A Character At War With Herself Is Better Sara Dahmen Has Done Something Magical She S Given Us One At War With Both Scott Wilbanks, Author Of The Lemoncholy Life Of Anne Aster Dahmen Brings Into Focus The Joys And Deprivations Of Life On The American Frontier Through The Eyes Of A Newly Independent, Albeit Naive, Woman It Pulls On The Gut As Much As The Heart Chanticleer Reviews
Coppersmith, mother of 3, and novelist Sara Dahmen lives in Wisconsin, and is the author of the Flats Junction series Promontory Press, Inc , historical fiction novels set in the Dakotas She is the designer and founder of House Copper Cookware an American made kitchenware and copper cookware line and manufactures pure metal kitchenware in tin, copper and iron in her garage.Sara s nonfiction, Copper, Iron, and Clay A Smith s Journey will be out in April 2020 with William Morrow Harper Collins.
- Kindle Edition
- 312 pages
- Widow 1881: Flats Junction Series
- Sara Dahmen
- 09 January 2019 Sara Dahmen