To Dance with the White Dog: A Novel

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Peachtree Publishers, 1990 - Fiction - 179 pages
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A moving story of love, grief, and coming to terms with death.
A moving story of love, grief, and coming to terms with death. The story of elderly Sam Peek, who is still mourning the death of his beloved wife when a mysterious white dog appears, seen only by him. Real dog or phantom, White Dog soothes Sam's grief, brings him closer to his family and reconciles him with his own mortality.

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An old man tries to cope up the loss of his dear beloved wife.

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I hope I have a white dog. Read full review


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Terry Kay is the author of numerous bestselling and award-winning novels, several of which have been made into television movies. He lives in Georgia

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