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by Peterson, Tracie.

Format: Book on CD 2014
Availability: Available at 2 Libraries 2 of 2 copies
Available (2)
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Bethel Park Public Library Audio/Visual CD PETERSON Tracie
Location  Bethel Park Public Library
 
Collection  Audio/Visual
 
Call Number  CD PETERSON Tracie
 
 
Plum Community Library Adult Audio CD PET
Location  Plum Community Library
 
Collection  Adult Audio
 
Call Number  CD PET
 
 
Summary
Dr. Jeremiah Vaughan came to rural Alaska in 1935, hoping for a better future. But the truth about his past could ruin his chance at love.
Published Reviews
Booklist Review: "In 1935, Alaska is still a wild frontier, largely unexplored by Americans from the Lower 48. When the New Deal opens up the Matanuska Valley for settlement, Dr. Hillerman and his daughter Gwyn have no idea of the scale of the work before them in providing medical care for an entire new colony. After life seemingly turns against him, Dr. Jeremiah Vaughan of Chicago decides to head up and help Dr. Hillerman, whom he had known in his youth. Jeremiah arrives in Alaska full of secrets, but how long will he be able to keep them? Award-winning Peterson and Woodhouse have coauthored a marvelous story of love and adventure in the Alaskan frontier. Their characters spring to life against a background of historical events. The faith of the Hillermans and other characters in their exceptional circumstances rings true, and, indeed, they have little else to depend on. Readers will enjoy romance and excitement as Gwyn and Jeremiah figure out each other's intentions and work hard to create a new life in beautiful and demanding Alaska.--Richard, Carolyn Copyright 2010 Booklist"
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Publisher's Weekly Review: "Prolific novelist Peterson (The Miner's Lady) and Woodhouse (No Safe Haven) team up on a Depression-era drama set in Alaska. In a time of change, just after the Great Depression, the only constant in the life of Alaskan Gwyn Hillerman is hope. Thanks to President Roosevelt's New Deal, the Matanuska Valley is opened to thousands of settlers fleeing the difficult conditions in the rest of the U.S. Gwyn and her physician father will be affected by the influx, much to Gwyn's displeasure. Change is not her friend, yet she gives herself over to God's plan and grows in ways she never imagined, surprising herself with her strength and the gift of love. The large cast of characters in this multiperspective epic lends depth and richness to the multiple connected storylines; each character is well thought out and developed with his or her own secrets and voice. A lot of story is packed into pages filled with loving, fully researched detail. The novel's power lies in its deceptive simplicity and clear narrative. (Jan.) (c) Copyright PWxyz, LLC. All rights reserved."
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Additional Information
Series Recorded Books inspirational
Subjects Physicians -- Fiction.
Alaska -- History -- 20th century -- Fiction.
Medical novels.
Love stories.
Romantic suspense fiction.
Historical fiction.
Audiobooks.
Publisher Prince Frederick, MD :Recorded Books,2014
Edition Unabridged.
Contributors Woodhouse, Kimberley.
Caruso, Barbara, narrator.
Recorded Books, LLC.
Participants/Performers Narrated by Barbara Caruso.
Language English
Notes Compact disc.
Title from container.
In container (17 cm.).
"With tracks every 3 minutes for easy book marking"--Container.
Description 9 audio discs (10 hr., 15 min.) : digital ; 4 3/4 in.
ISBN 9781470397227
1470397226
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