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Jane Ann Kirkpatrick

Author Bio:

A Wisconsin native, Jane Kirkpatrick has lived and written in Oregon for the past 35 years. Her twenty books (17 novels and 3 nonfiction titles) have earned the Wrangler Award, the WILLA Literary Award (2), and been a finalist for the Christy (2), Spur, Reader's Choice, Oregon Book Award (2) and the WILLA Literary Award (2). She current lives with her husband on a small acreage in Central Oregon with two spoiled dogs and a cat.

Books by Author

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Everything She Didn’t Say

In 1911, Carrie Strahorn wrote a memoir sharing some of the most exciting events of twenty-five years of shaping the American West with her husband, railroad promoter Robert Strahorn. Nearly ten years later, she decides it is finally time to share everything she didn’t say in her book. Author Jane…

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The American Dream Romance Collection

Meet the faithful dreamers who helped build the foundation of the new American nation—from four brothers in Colonial Connecticut determined to make something of their lives, to a colony of Quakers in North Carolina resolute in their faith, to settlers in the northwest frontier staking their claim…

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Sincerely Yours: A Novella Collection

In this collection of brand-new historical novellas from four outstanding storytellers, four young women find their lives altered after each receives a letter that sets her on a new path toward a changed life--and perhaps lifelong love. From a Hudson River steamboat to a lush drawing room, from a carousel…

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The Midwife's Legacy (Romancing America)

Peek into an aged journal that links the adventurous lives of four courageous midwives. Wisconsin farmer, widow, mother, and midwife Adele Marley is too busy for a smitten, unwavering banker. To survive in love and life, Polly Schultz must rise above her fears on the Oregon Trail. Christiana is in a…

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The Daughter's Walk

Based on a true story. In 1896 a mother and daughter walk from Spokane to New York City to earn a wager that would save their family farm. They followed the railroad tracks and succeed...but are two weeks late. Upon their return, the daughter changes her name and separates herself from her family for…

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A Flickering Light

Returning to her Midwest roots, award-winning author Jane Kirkpatrick draws a page from her grandmother's photo album to capture the interplay between shadow and light, temptation and faith that marks a woman's pursuit of her dreams.

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An Absence so Great

In 1910, Winona Minnesota photographer Jessie Gaebele hopes to leave her past and a love behind but finds her photograph is not enough to fill the absences in her life.

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