Alvin's Farm Book 1: Alvin's Farm

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In 1970s Oregon, Jenny Cope’s cloistered ways are tested by a challenged man. Alvin Harris’ simple manners thaw her frozen heart, but horrific childhood memories threaten their happiness. Alvin eases Jenny through her deepest fears as Sam Cassel waits, in love with a woman altering all she meets. More
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About Anna Scott Graham

A California native, I lived in Britain for eleven years, moving back to The Golden State in the spring of 2007. I'm leaving these stories for my grandchildren, nieces, and nephews. In the meantime, please enjoy these tales. And thank you for reading an independent author.

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Review by: tag on Feb. 18, 2012 :
I really enjoyed reading this book. Alvin grabbed me with his innocence and great incite all wrapped in one. I can't wait to read the 2nd in this trilogy.
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Review by: juliekrose on Jan. 13, 2012 :
Anna Scott Graham has an amazing ability to create characters that get under your skin. It happened for me with Marthe and Kell in The War on Emily Dickinson, and it happened again with Alvin and Jenny; I keep dreaming about these characters!

The focus is on everyday life and "regular" people, but Scott Graham has an amazing way with uncovering the pain and secret histories present in every family. It's not lurid, though: she approaches these characters with sensitivity and humanity.

This is the first in a trilogy and I'm anxious for the release of The Thorn and the Rose.
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Review by: Jeffra Hays on Jan. 8, 2012 :
Alvin in particular grabbed me from the moment he appeared -- simple dialog that expresses so much. Graham writes with love for her story, and for her characters, and the reader feels that love throughout.
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Review by: Suzy Stewart Dubot on Dec. 2, 2011 :
Excellent! A very touching story that makes one wonder if it is fiction as the author has written with such sensitivity that her characters could very well be real. The words used are a pleasure in themselves.
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