Waltzing in Ragtime

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Macmillan, May 28, 1997 - Fiction - 416 pages
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-- "Waltzing in Ragtime" has gone back for multiple printings.
-- In The Time of The Wolves won the Mid-America Romance Writers Award.
-- She has written for The New York Times and Mothering Magazine.
-- Charbonneau's The Ghosts of Stony Clove won both the Golden Medallion Award for Best Young Adult Novel and the New York Public Library Best Book for Young Adults award.
-- There exists a tremendous market for fiction that blends together historical and romantic elements.
-- Author comparison: Howard Fast, Vella Munn, Kathleen O'Neal Gear.
-- Charbornneau received a Kirkus pointer review for Honor to the Hills.
 

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WALTZING IN RAGTIME

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Successful YA author Charbonneau's first adult novel, set in San Francisco and environs in the first years of the 20th century, is a tumble of old timey romance (po' man, both uneducated and noble ... Read full review

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The latest offering from Charbonneau (White Harvest, LJ 5/1/94) is the story of an unrealistic, violent romance between two people convinced that they are wrong for each other but whose love pulls ... Read full review

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Contents

prologue
13
BOOK ONE
20
BOOK TWO
81
BOOK THREE
181
BOOK FOUR
249
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About the author (1997)

EILEEN CHARBONNEAU is the author of the novel Waltzing in Ragtime and several acclaimed young adult novels. She lives in Cold Spring, New York.

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