The Unplowed Sky by Jeanne Williams

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Struggling to provide for herself and her young brother in Depression-era Kansas, nineteen-year-old Hallie Meredith lucks into a job as cook with the MacLeod family's threshing operation, where she helps the family meet a dangerous adversary.

About Jeanne Williams

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Author Jeanne Williams was born in Kansas in 1930. She has written over fifty novels; some of them were published under the pen names of Jeanne Crecy, Kristian Michaels, and Deirdre Rowan. She has won four Spur Awards from the Western Writers of America and received the Levi Strauss Saddleman Award for lifetime achievement in Western literature. She currently lives in Portal, Arizona.
Published December 1, 1994 by St Martins Pr. 307 pages
Genres: History, Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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The Midwest wheat fields that cover the no longer unbounded prairie of the early part of the century are the backdrop for this tale of 19-year-old Hallie Meredith and her five-year-old half-brother Jackie, as she seeks work and shelter after being propositioned by her slimy employer.

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