Alaska: Four Inspirational Love Stories from America's Final Frontier

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Barbour Pub., 1998 - Fiction - 456 pages
The bleak wilderness of America's 49th state challenges three women in different eras: Julie, a nurse, who must serve victims of a 1925 diphtheria epidemic; Beth, whose Canadian-born husband is killed in World War II; and Rita, who takes on the ultimate test of endurance, the Iditarod dog sled race. Each must surmount the obstacles of her life, and perhaps, with God's help, find true love as well. As a special bonus, 'Alaska' also includes Tracie Peterson's novella 'Christmas Dream.'

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User Review  - Sue Beasley -

This was a good book. Not the usual Tracie Peterson type of book. Most of her books I have read were more suspenseful. This book you could pretty much tell what was going to happen as you started each story. Read full review

User Review  - Sharon Delong -

I did enjoy this book very much. The good points were: 1. It was set in Alaska and I think it a fascinating look at life there in earlier times. It took a special kind of person to live in Alaska back ... Read full review

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Tracie Peterson is an award-winning, bestselling author of over one hundred books, including the Bells of Lowell series, the Brides of Seattle series, and the Heirs of Montana series. She was awarded the 2011 Lifetime Achievement Award from American Christian Fiction Writers. Tracie lives in Montana. Visit her at

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