1871. The war has been over for six years but Rupe Smith still fights his demons. Ten years have passed since he left his Maine village. His Wyoming ranch is the one place he wants to be and the last place he can be. There is no escape from the guilt of his parents’ grief or his longing for the girl whose one letter kept him alive, without knowing she is beyond his reach.
Gary Crowe, a special needs child, who is now an adult; was born and raised in a small farming community in northeast Indiana. A village that's managed to hold onto the best decade the United States has ever seen: the nineteen fifties. And since it's coming up on the end of summer, it's time for the annual cooking festival of which Gary has won three times in a row. This tells his secret.
Set in 1970, this is the whimsical story of the owners of a ski resort in the fictional village of Kot-Do-Init, who try to entertain vacationers while small town gossip and the hunt for a madman swirl about them. Jim White's death from a fall from a skimobile while riding it late at night with another man's wife places the town's wealthy playboy under suspicion.
Published: August 26, 2013.
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Duke and his family had the perfect opportunity to get to know the real Cassandra. And then his mother walked in. She didn’t hold back but let Cassandra know what she thought. Cassandra gracefully left. Could the situation be remedied?