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Lea Mansion Mysteries By Joyce McCollaum
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This collection of five short stories explores the hidden treasure of the James Phelps White home that now serves at the Southeast New Mexico Historical Museum. Each story explores a display or room... More > in the museum as seen and experienced by Consuela Wallis.< Less
The Last Sharecropper By Joyce McCollaum
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Myrtle Hight met Fred Jones when she was only a little girl, but from the first time she saw him, she sensed he was something special. Distance and matchmaking might try to interfere with an... More > inevitable and life-long romance, but some loves are destined to withstand the terrible tests of time. Dry land farming on the high plains of northern New Mexico never made anyone wealthy, but the Jones clan is more than rich. Strong, honest, funny, and resilient—one small family reveals secrets about living on and from the land which have been all but lost in the modern age. “The Last Sharecropper depicts a no-frills, hard working life…happy times and sorrows. It is an intimate day-by-day journey with a family during the Dust Bowl…It is a living history and will be a family legacy for generations.” --Barbara Corn Patterson, author The Woman on the Table and Other Stories< Less
The Last Sharecropper By Joyce McCollaum
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Myrtle Hight met Fred Jones when she was only a little girl, but from the first time she saw him, she sensed he was something special. Distance and matchmaking might try to interfere with an... More > inevitable and life-long romance, but some loves are destined to withstand the terrible tests of time. Dry land farming on the high plains of northern New Mexico never made anyone wealthy, but the Jones clan is more than rich. Strong, honest, funny, and resilient—one small family reveals secrets about living on and from the land which have been all but lost in the modern age. “The Last Sharecropper depicts a no-frills, hard working life…happy times and sorrows. It is an intimate day-by-day journey with a family during the Dust Bowl…It is a living history and will be a family legacy for generations.” --Barbara Corn Patterson, author The Woman on the Table and Other Stories< Less
The Last Sharecropper By Joyce McCollaum
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Myrtle Hight met Fred Jones when she was only a little girl, but from the first time she saw him, she sensed he was something special. Distance and matchmaking might try to interfere with an... More > inevitable and life-long romance, but some loves are destined to withstand the terrible tests of time. Dry land farming on the high plains of northern New Mexico never made anyone wealthy, but the Jones clan is more than rich. Strong, honest, funny, and resilient—one small family reveals secrets about living on and from the land which have been all but lost in the modern age. “The Last Sharecropper depicts a no-frills, hard working life…happy times and sorrows. It is an intimate day-by-day journey with a family during the Dust Bowl…It is a living history and will be a family legacy for generations.” --Barbara Corn Patterson, author The Woman on the Table and Other Stories< Less
The Ranch Wife By Barbara Corn Patterson
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Sally was supposed to have a perfect life--a handsome husband, a beautiful child with another on the way, a dream home. That’s when she found the note, and the foundation of her perfect life... More > cracked. Lost and unsure of what she should do, Sally begins her journey to a new life. Her husband Mark fails every test of fidelity until he turns to his true love--music. When their best friend from college reappears in their lives, things are bound to get complicated. “Barbara Corn Patterson has had a rich and exciting life, and through her writing she takes her readers on journeys to places they have never been and are fast disappearing from this world.” --Joyce McCollaum, author The Last Sharecropper< Less

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