Love and Country by Christina Adam
A Novel

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The author of "Any Small Thing Can Save You," a collection of stories, now pens a moving and lyrically written debut novel of love and rodeo in the American West.

About Christina Adam

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Christina Adam's first book, Any Small Thing Can Save You, a collection of stories, was published in 2001. Before her death in 2003, Adam divided her time between Venice, California, and a ranch in Idaho.
Published September 3, 2007 by Back Bay Books. 298 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Lenna Swanson brings her 14-year-old son Kenny to the unnamed Idaho town after an ugly divorce leaves her penniless.

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Cynthia brings Kenny along and they are discovered asleep together in the house, causing Cynthia's strict, brutal father to misinterpret their friendship.

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This results in Kenny lashing out even more, turning his anger and resentment towards his father into rebellious behavior that causes great grief for his mother and nearly costs him his life.

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