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44101402 Books by Dorothy Garlock

44101402 Books by Dorothy Garlock

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BOOKS BY DOROTHY GARLOCK After the ParadeAlmost EdenAnnie LashDreamkeepersDream River The Edge of TownForever VictoriaA Gentle GivingGlorious DawnHigh on a HillHomeplaceHope’s HighwayLarkspur Leaving Whiskey BendThe Listening SkyLonesome River Love and CherishLoveseekersMidnight BlueThe Moon Looked DownMore than MemoryMother Road NightroseOn Tall Pine LakeA Place Called Rainwater PromisegiversRestless WindRibbon in the SkyRiver RisingRiver of TomorrowThe Searching HeartsSins of Summer Song of the RoadSweetwater TendernessThis Loving LandTrain from MariettaWayward WindA Week from SundayWild Sweet WildernessWill You Still Be Mine?Wind of PromiseWishmakersWith HeartWith Hope
With SongYesteryear CopyrightThis book is a work of fiction. Names, characters, places, and incidents are the product of the author’simagination or are used fictitiously. Any resemblance to actual events, locales, or persons, living or dead, is coincidental.Copyright © 2010 by Dorothy Garlock All rights reserved. Except as permitted under the U.S. Copyright Act of 1976, no part of this publication may be reproduced, distributed, or transmitted in any form or by any means, or stored in adatabase or retrieval system, without the prior written permission of the publisher.Grand Central PublishingHachette Book Group237 Park Avenue New York, NY 10017Visit our website atwww.HachetteBookGroup.comwww.twitter.com/grandcentralpub First eBook Edition: April 2010Grand Central Publishing is a division of Hachette Book Group, Inc.The Grand Central Publishing name and logo is a trademark of Hachette Book Group, Inc.ISBN: 978-0-446-56904-0ContentsCopyright A Long Time Gone Chapter One Chapter Two Chapter Three Chapter Four  Chapter Five Chapter Six Chapter Seven Chapter Eight Chapter Nine Chapter Ten Chapter Eleven Chapter Twelve Chapter Thirteen Chapter Fourteen Chapter Fifteen Chapter Sixteen Chapter Seventeen Chapter Eighteen Chapter Nineteen Chapter Twenty Chapter Twenty-one Chapter Twenty-two Chapter Twenty-three 
Chapter Twenty-four  Chapter Twenty-five Chapter Twenty-six Chapter Twenty-seven Chapter Twenty-eight Chapter Twenty-nine Epilogue This book is lovingly dedicated toKelly and Jason Brubaker and Baby BruA Long Time GoneAll the flags were wavingAll the band’s music blared.I took her in my armsAnd said how much I cared.I promised her that I’d return(Though not like this… )When I took her in my armsFor a good-bye kiss.There are no flags a-wavingAfter eight long years.There is no music playing, No sound of long-dried tears.I’ve come for just a glimpseOf the girl I left behind.But she must never see meTo that I am resigned.For I was lost a world away.I’m not the man she wed.The face she loved no longer mine,The man she knew—is dead.
F.S.I.Chapter OneCarlson, Minnesota—October 1926RACHEL WATKINS wiped the sweat from her brow with the back of her hand while absently movinga strand of her coal-black hair from her green-flecked brown eyes. Though the early October day carriedthe crisp chill of autumn, the inside of Will and Clara Wicker’s small home blazed as if it were thehottest day of July; water boiled in a cast-iron pot on top of the wood-burning stove and candlesflickered in every corner, their meager light sending faint shadows dancing across the walls.“Oh, Rachel… it hurts…”Clara Wicker lay on her back in the bed, one thin-boned hand spread across her enormous pregnant belly. All of the color had drained from her thin face except for the dark purple circles under her eyesand her bitten, red lips. Her blonde hair, slick with sweat, was drawn back from her face. Beads of moisture stood out on her forehead. Her eyes were closed tightly and her breathing was shallow. Not particularly pretty, Clara’s face was now a mask of agony.“It’s to be expected,” Rachel comforted her.

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