Dallas, Sandra

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Westering Women

Though the dialog can be stilted at times, Dallas (The Bride’s House) has written an engaging historical fiction about the strength of women in times of adversity. Though the women were all intended to be brides, we see each as much more than her connection to a man
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A Quilt for Christmas

A wonderful story full of history and heart that will satisfy Dallas's many fans. [See Prepub Alert, 4/6/14.]
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Fallen Women

Expertly voicing a spectrum of players from plummy socialites to denizens of the Tenderloin district, narrator Barbara Caruso reinforces the wide appeal of this satisfying story. Book groups will relish opportunities to discuss social issues and character motivation.
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The Bride's House

The Bride's House is a gorgeous Victorian, under construction in 1880s Georgetown, CO, where 17-year-old hired girl Nealie Bent dreams of living one day...

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