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A Walk in the Dark (1983)

by Joyce Stranger

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Steve Drake is an accomplished shepherd and dog trainer, busy preparing his farm and house for the arrival of his soon-to-be bride, Mara, when his selfless act saves lives, but leaves him blind. No longer able to run the farm or care for his flocks, Steve rejects Mara, and wallows in self-pity...until he boards with Anna Leigh and her ever growing menagerie of animals.

I enjoyed this story of trial, and growth. As with her other works, the author fleshes out each of her characters so that they appear to be real, people with depth and background. You come to care for each of them, sympathizing with their issues. Recommended. ( )
  fuzzi | Jan 29, 2014 |
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