In the Country of the Great King by Ardythe Ashley

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While the unearthly light of the Agincourt comet illumines the nighttime sky, a Native American woman disappears into the heart of the Arizona desert, longing to reunite with her ancient Zuni heritage . . . a hard-bitten New York City writer contemplates her lifetime pursuit of impossible romance . . . a besieged Belfast mother brings her brood of children to America . . . a salesman stuck in a small Midwestern town ponders his loveless life . . . a Presbyterian minister longs for his departed wife . . . and a wandering wise man listens to the voices of angels.
We are in the Country of the Great King . . . .

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Published March 9, 1993 by Ballantine Books. 273 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction, History. Fiction

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``There are a lot of characters,'' Katelyn Wells says to Arista Bellefleurs in evaluating her new novel, which also constitutes the bulk of Ashley's novel.

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