No Crystal Stair

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Harlequin Books, Feb 1, 2003 - Fiction - 368 pages
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Growing up in Atlanta during the 1920s and 1930s as a member of the black privileged class, Ann Elizabeth Carter, the daughter of a doctor and granddaughter of a slave, comes face to face with the realities of prejudice and segregation when she marries Robert Metcalf, a black pilot stationed at Tuskegee, Alabama. Reprint.

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Spanning almost 60 years of American history, Rutland's debut family saga chronicles the lives of privileged Ann Elizabeth Carter and Army Air Corps pilot Robert Metcalf--their romance, their ... Read full review


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A prolific author of series romances, Rutland sets her semiautobiographical story in the very segregated city of Atlanta in the years just prior to World War II. Ann Elizabeth Carter, a member of the ... Read full review


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