Lucinda Stein

Biography

About the Author

The author lives in western Colorado surrounded by red rock canyons and alpine mountains. Influenced by the natural beauty around her, setting plays an important role in her stories. Hiking the San Juan Mountains drew an interest in the area’s early mining era and led to the research for her first book, Maggie’s Way: The Story of a Defiant Pioneer Woman. Her second book, Three Threads Woven, was a 2010 WILLA Finalist. Sulfur Springs, a short story, won the 2011 LAURA Short Fiction Award judged by Pam Houston.

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Books

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Price: $3.99 USD. Words: 65,970. Language: English. Published: September 24, 2013. Category: Fiction » Women's fiction » General
Wearing a little black dress and pearls, Azalea Pruett opens her front door and finds her BMW hoisted onto a long-bed trailer. A man in a blue jumpsuit explains he has a repo order for her car. Zal goes from riches to rags. A trip to her grandmother's birthplace in the Colorado mountains brings new life, romance, and an unexpected skeleton dangling from the family tree.

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