The Patchwork Bride

Sandra Dallas (Author)
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Product Details

Price
$17.99  $16.55
Publisher
St. Martin's Griffin
Publish Date
August 06, 2019
Pages
304
Dimensions
5.3 X 1.0 X 8.2 inches | 0.6 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9781250174048
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About the Author

SANDRA DALLAS is the author of fifteen novels, including A Quilt for Christmas, Fallen Women, True Sisters, The Bride's House, Whiter Than Snow, Prayers for Sale, Tallgrass and New Mercies. She is a former Denver bureau chief for Business Week magazine and lives in Denver, Colorado.

Reviews

Praise for The Patchwork Bride:

2019 WILLA "WOMEN WRITING THE WEST" LITERARY AWARD FINALIST

"Skilled writing and pacing propel the story, which is warm and heartfelt."--Kirkus Reviews

"Dallas has done it again, telling three different stories with her trademark homespun style. Strong female characters and intriguing storytelling draw the reader into this two-hanky read full of love and loss."--Booklist (starred review)

"A touching and romantic tale by a talented storyteller."--Historical Novels Review

"Written with skill and exacting language...characters who will resonate with you and hard-won truths about life and love that will continue to matter to you long after you flip the last page."--Bookreporter.com

"As comforting to read as a hot cup of tea."--Denver Post

Praise for Sandra Dallas:

"As heartwarming as a homemade quilt." --USA Today on A Quilt for Christmas

"The author's depiction of 19th-century Denver, especially its seedier side, is vividly authentic, while the nascent bond between Mick and Beret will have readers eagerly anticipating their next encounter." --Publishers Weekly on Fallen Women

"A born storyteller, Dallas excels not only at plot but also at peopling her novels with memorable individuals." --Richmond Times Dispatch on True Sisters

"A tale of family, desire, vengeance and betrayal that more than transcends the ordinary." --RT Book Reviews on The Bride's House