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On Tall Pine Lake
On Tall Pine Lake
Author: Dorothy Garlock
Called the Voice of America's Heartland, "New York Times" bestselling author Dorothy Garlock delivers her 50th novel--an exciting new romance set in a small Arkansas town, filled with intrigue, suspense, and adventure.
ISBN-13: 9781594132155
ISBN-10: 1594132151
Publication Date: 11/8/2007
Pages: 427
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2.8 stars, based on 2 ratings
Publisher: Large Print Distribution
Book Type: Paperback
Other Versions: Hardcover, Audio Cassette, Audio CD
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Helpful Score: 2
Not one of her best. I just finished reading the Route 66 trilogy which I enjoyed much more. This story moves a lot slower, and the setting in the 80's which I lived thru doesn't quite ring true somehow.
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This is quick, easy read that grabs you right from the beginning with the mystery. The rest of the story flows nicely and does not drag along. It's a great book and I finished it in only 2 days, but I did find some of the dialogue a little cheesey.
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Another very good Garlock book. I enjoyed it!!
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Nona Conrad takes a job managing a fishing camp for the season, and packs up her sister and their belongings to move to the Arkansas woods from Little Rock. Set in the 1980's, Ms. Garlock retains a lot of the historical style from the earlier books, while moving forward a few decades in time. Cowboys are still gentlemanly, and men are still looking after the women. Except the bad guys, of course. Nice romance.
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good story page turner
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This is not a historical. if you like Dorothy Garlocks westerns and depression era historicals this is not what you are looking for. This book takes place in Arkanas in 1980.I guess to some people that is historical. But not for me.


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