Homeplace (Google eBook)

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Grand Central Publishing, Apr 12, 2001 - Fiction - 352 pages
7 Reviews
Ana is a stranger to the lonesome Iowa farm where she has gone to live after the death of her stepdaughter. She struggles to raise her late stepdaughter's child in a farmhouse filled with danger, but soon finds a daring new dream.
  

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User Review  - Michelle Connolly - Goodreads

I was really into this story at first but then it sort of lost me. Soren and Lily were the only characters keeping me going in the end. (Spoiler alert) I didn't like the way the author solved every ... Read full review

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User Review  - Rebeca Martinez - Goodreads

Finally my faith in Dorothy Garlock has been restored!! From start to finish Homeplace had my complete attention. I fell in love with Ana, Owen, Hattie, Lilly, Uncle Gus, and Soren. This was a classic ... Read full review

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About the author (2001)

Dorothy Garlock is a Texas native living in Clear Lake, Iowa, who quit her job as a newspaper columnist and reporter at the age of 49 to write novels. She entered her first novel in a contest and lost, but she sold the book. Now, over twenty years later, she has millions of copies in print and has had her work translated into 18 languages. So many of her more than 40 books are set in the Old West that Dorothy Garlock has come to be classified as a Western Romance writer. She is a member of the Romance Writers Hall of Fame. Popular titles include Almost Eden, The Listening Sky, and Larkspur. With Hope is a gritty, unsentimental romance set in the Great Depression. Dorothy Garlock also writes under the names Dorothy Glenn, Dorothy Philips and Johanna Phillips.

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