Annotation: When a dust storm engulfs her Colorado town and pink snow blankets the streets, a heartbreaking decision faces Ruby Cole: She must abandon her baby or give in to her father and marry a man more than twice her age who already has two wives.
Ransom River by Meg Gardiner. A stunningly complex and atmospheric novel from Edgar Award-winning author Gardiner, featuring a deeply flawed, compelling heroine, a murder trial, and the long-unsolved mystery it exposes.
in the South was a time of turmoil, change and struggle for equality. Jo Ivester and her family – one of only two white families and the only Jews in all-black Mound Bayou, Mississippi in 1967 – had a unique, front-row view of racism in America.