Angela Janacaro, a Montana native, grew up in a noisy, Italian family and is the youngest of eight children. She now spends most of her time attending to her own noisy family of four, but in the hours when the children are in school or asleep she likes writing stories. She enjoys the great outdoor opportunities Montana has to offer, spending time with her family and friends, reading and bullwhipping. She is a graduate of the University of Montana. Before her attention was diverted to the care and feeding of small children, Angela was a registered lobbyist.
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The Dishwater Tree
by Angela Janacaro
In 2002, Worthy Chambers’ dying wish is to know who left her on the orphanage’s steps eighty years ago. In 1922, young Josephine Rourke, engaged to the vice president of her father's mining company, falls in love with an Irish activist for miners' rights. Their love brings great anguish and deep trouble. A lonely willow on a barren hill weaves the two women's stories together.
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