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A Poor Man's Supper

by Jim Gulledge

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A Poor Man's Supper

"This book reads like a ballad. It could
be set to music even. You can hear the
words sing on every page. You can almost sing them.
When the author describes a North
Carolina mountain waterfall,
you hear it,
smell the moss
on the rocks,
breathe in the
mountain air.
It’s pure poetry
and a joy to
your senses."

The Pilot, Pinehurst, N.C., Ruth Moose (Jul 25, 2019) ( )
  frodotoo | Aug 14, 2019 |
"This book reads like a ballad. It could
be set to music even. You can hear the
words sing on every page. You can almost sing them.
When the author describes a North
Carolina mountain waterfall,
you hear it,
smell the moss
on the rocks,
breathe in the
mountain air.
It’s pure poetry
and a joy to
your senses."
added by frodotoo | editThe Pilot, Pinehurst, N.C., Ruth Moose (Jul 25, 2019)
 
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This book is dedicated to the real Vancie who taught me what the rooster says.
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A red-tailed hawk rose on the currents of the afternoon thermals, gliding around and around the crown of the weather-beaten pine before resting on an outstretched branch.
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Two people, destined to love each other, but forever doomed to be apart...
Vancie Keller is trying to survive on her mother's failing farm when her life is forever altered by the arrival of two men: Josiah Buckland and Jagger Hill. One, she will love, the other she will marry. She has a secret neither of them know.
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