Sarah's Quilt

Sarah's Quilt

A Novel of Sarah Agnes Prine and the Arizona Territories, 1906

Book - 2005
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has asked her to wed, Sarah doesn't entirely trust him."--BOOK JACKET.
"And just when it seems that life couldn't get worse, Sarah learns that her brother and his family have been trapped in the Great San Francisco Earthquake of 1906. She and her father-in-law cannot even imagine the devastation that awaits them as they embark on a rescue mission to the stricken city." "Sarah is a pioneer of the truest spirit, courageous but gentle as she fights to save her family's home. But she never stops longing for the passion she once knew. Though her wealthy neighbor
"In 1906, the badlands of Southern Arizona Territory is a desolate place where a three-year drought has changed the landscape for all time. When Sarah's well goes dry and months pass with barely a trace of rain, Sarah feels herself losing her hold upon the land. Desperate, Sarah's mother hires a water witch, a peculiar desert wanderer named Lazrus who claims to know where to find water. As he schemes and stalls, he develops an attraction to Sarah that turns into a frightening infatuation."
Publisher: New York : Thomas Dunne Books / St. Martin's Pr, 2005
Edition: 1st ed
ISBN: 0312332629
Branch Call Number: FIC TURNER
Characteristics: 402 p. ; 25 cm

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Jun 12, 2015

Another great book by one of my favorite authors. Absorbing read for anyone interested in southern Arizona history. Sarah Prine Elliot becomes a fascinating and close friend. Of course, the reader should read the 1st two books of her trilogy.

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