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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I loved reading the book. My Uncle told me it was a very good book so I ordered it. I enjoyed the book so much I had to buy the movie too! A book more for elderly people or people that love dogs. Read full review

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


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TERRY KAY is the author of seven books, including To Dance With the White Dog, After Eli, and To Whom the Angel Spoke: A Story of the Christmas. To Dance With the White Dog was made into an Emmy Award-winning Hallmark Hall of Fame production, the highest rated television movie of 1993 and the last film to co-star husband-and-wife team Hume Cronyn and Jessica Tandy. It was also twice nominated for the American Booksellers Book of the Year (ABBY) Award.

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