To Dance with the White Dog

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Pocket Books, 1993 - Fiction - 256 pages
135 Reviews
Sam Peek, an elderly farmer mourning the death of his beloved wife of fifty-seven years, discovers a mysterious white dog that seems invisible to everyone but himself. Reprint. TV tie-in.

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So beautifully succinct in the storytelling! - Goodreads
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I hope I have a white dog. Read full review

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Beautiful, lyrical story of an elderly man dealing with the death of his wife and his own issues of ageing. I loved how the author allows us to see the situation from Sam's perspective, as well as that of his concerned family & friends. Humorous and moving. Read full review

Contents

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Section 2
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Section 3
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About the author (1993)

Terry Kay grew up in Georgia. He is the author of such best-selling works as Dark Thirty, Shadow Song, After Eli, The Runaway, To Dance With the White Dog (which was made into a movie in 1993). Kay won an Emmy for his screenplay Run Down the Rabbit.

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