Taking Lottie Home: A Novel

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Harper Collins, Sep 4, 2001 - Fiction - 320 pages
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When Foster Lanier and Ben Phelps are released from a professional baseball team in 1904, it is the only experience they have in common, until they meet a runaway -- a girl-woman named Lottie Parker -- on the train that takes them from Augusta, Georgia, and away from their dreams of greatness.

Foster will marry her and father her son.

Ben will escort her home.

And Lottie will change the lives of everyone she meets, from the day she runs away until she finally finds the place where she belongs.

 

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TAKING LOTTIE HOME

User Review  - Jane Doe - Kirkus

Two turn-of-the-century ballplayers, cut from their team, encounter a backwoods goddess in rural Georgia. Beautiful Lottie Barton will love one, but marry the other. Foster Lanier is a washed-up ... Read full review

Contents

Section 1
1
Section 2
16
Section 3
33
Section 4
49
Section 5
85
Section 6
97
Section 7
106
Section 8
113
Section 11
149
Section 12
178
Section 13
191
Section 14
201
Section 15
215
Section 16
226
Section 17
237
Section 18
251

Section 9
127
Section 10
141
Section 19
263
Section 20
275

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Terry Kay is the author of the bestsellers Shadow Song and To Dance with the Mite Dog, as well as The Kidnapping of Aaron Greene, The Runaway, Dark Thirty, After Eli, The Year the Lights Came On, and To Whom the Angel Spoke. He has written for television--winning a Southern Regional Emmy--and magazines, newspapers, and anthologies. He lives in Athens, Georgia.

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