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The Butterfly House
As a child, Bobbie Lee found refuge from her lonely life at her best friend’s house. Rockhaven was a place of magic that clung to a wooded hill above the Columbia River. Her friend’s mother, Lenora, was a lepidopterist, and their glass-walled sun porch harbored a kaleidoscope of bright wings. Here, with Cincy and Lenora, Bobbie found love and the family she longed for. Their friendship was her compass through the trials of adolescence. But when the tangled intimacies between them began to unravel, Rockhaven became a place of unspeakable tragedy.
Trudy Hulst has no idea if her husband survived his attempted escape through the Berlin Wall. But she knows too well the consequence of his actions. Branded as the wife of a defector, she faces life in an East Berlin prison, leaving her baby without a mother or father. To protect her child she must abandon him – then fight history and politics to gain his freedom.
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The Wind Comes Sweeping
Marik Youngblood left her father’s Oklahoma ranch—and the child she gave up for adoption—intent on becoming an artist instead of a rancher. Her father’s death brings her back to a failing cattle operation, a pile of debt, and a haunting need to find the child she left behind. Leasing the land for wind towers solves one problem but creates another—the hostility of her neighbors, Burt and Lena Gurdman.
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The Piano Man
After three years, Claire has still not coped with the sudden loss of her teenaged son. She sets out, without going through approved channels, to find the recipient of her son’s heart, and finds him smoking, drinking, and wasting his life. In trying to save his life against his will, she eventually saves her own.