Long Ago Memories

In her search for the truth, seventeen year old Tia Thornton leaves the sophisticated world of Boston to come to the wilds of Montana Abandoned soon after her illegitimate birth by her mother, sixteen year old Jessie Thornton, Tia finds than she bargained for in her search for her father While staying with her grandmother at the Thornton ranch, she comes across a drIn her search for the truth, seventeen year old Tia Thornton leaves the sophisticated world of Boston to come to the wilds of Montana Abandoned soon after her illegitimate birth by her mother, sixteen year old Jessie Thornton, Tia finds than she bargained for in her search for her father While staying with her grandmother at the Thornton ranch, she comes across a drawing of a young Indian couple drawn many years ago To her horror she finds herself staring into the smiling face of a man who has haunted her dreams for as long as she can remember The beautiful young girl standing by his side is Tia s double.
Long Ago Memories In her search for the truth seventeen year old Tia Thornton leaves the sophisticated world of Boston to come to the wilds of Montana Abandoned soon after her illegitimate birth by her mother sixteen

  • Title: Long Ago Memories
  • Author: Judith Ann McDowell
  • ISBN: 9781937593407
  • Page: 245
  • Format: Paperback
  • 1 thought on “Long Ago Memories”

    1. This is one of the best books I have read in a very long time and of course I am biased because Native American stories are the dearest to my heart. Being Sioux myself, I have a great fondness for those that can come close to depicting what my ancestors went through on both sides Sioux and Blackfoot. Author McDowell does that wonderfully as well as holds true to the belief that the spirit never dies and is sometimes reborn again. This book was heartbreaking at some spots and almost a haunting re [...]

    2. This is one of the best books I have read in a very long time and of course I am biased because Native American stories are the dearest to my heart. Being Sioux myself, I have a great fondness for those that can come close to depicting what my ancestors went through on both sides Sioux and Blackfoot. Author McDowell does that wonderfully as well as holds true to the belief that the spirit never dies and is sometimes reborn again. This book was heartbreaking at some spots and almost a haunting re [...]

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