A Gathering Place

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Penguin, 2005 - Fiction - 358 pages
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The third novel of this "New York Times" bestselling series. Now that the election is over, Mayor Emily Warwick can finally focus on her burgeoning relationship with the daughter she gave up for adoption 20 years ago--and her developing bond with newspaper publisher Dan Forbes.
 

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Contents

CHAPTER ONE
1
CHAPTER TWO
18
CHAPTER THREE
30
CHAPTER FOUR
41
CHAPTER FIVE
62
CHAPTER SIX
78
CHAPTER SEVEN
100
CHAPTER EIGHT
112
CHAPTER THIRTEEN
220
CHAPTER FOURTEEN
231
CHAPTER FIFTEEN
249
CHAPTER SIXTEEN
263
CHAPTER SEVENTEEN
274
CHAPTER EIGHTEEN
297
CHAPTER NINETEEN
312
CHAPTER TWENTY
325

CHAPTER NINE
129
CHAPTER TEN
147
CHAPTER ELEVEN
170
CHAPTER TWELVE
197
CHAPTER TWENTYONE
337
CHAPTER TWENTYTWO
351
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Thomas Kinkade was born in Sacramento, California in 1958. He spent one summer on a sketching tour with a college friend and afterwards produced the instructional book, The Artist's Guide to Sketching. The book's success landed the two artists at Ralph Bakshi Studios to create background art for the animation feature, Fire and Ice. After the film, Kinkade began earning a living as a painter and is now one of America's most collected living artists. He has also written numerous books including Lightposts for Living and the Cape Light series.

Before becoming a full-time writer, Katherine Spencer was a fiction editor. She has written over 20 books for both children and adults including the Cape Light series.

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