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Beneath a Harvest Sky [Large Print] [Hardcover]

Tracie Peterson
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May 2004 Thorndike Christian Romance
Sharing the unique beauty and history of the Southwest had always delighted Rainy Gordon, and now as a tour guide for the Harvey House Detours, she’s given ample opportunity. When the colorful array of well-to-do guests includes a famous movie actor, she is surprised to find his attentions are drawn her way. She is equally intrigued when Duncan Hartford accompanies her trips as a driver trainee. But the past she’s left behind threatens to haunt her again when she becomes a suspect in an investigation of stolen Indian artifacts. As evidence continues to mount against her, Rainy fears for her job - and her heart, as well.
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Tracie Peterson has written more than 50 historical and contemporary novels. her books make regular appearances on CBA bestseller lists. She and her family make their home in Belgrade, Montana. --This text refers to the Audio Cassette edition.

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Sandra Burr depicts Southwest tour guide Rainy Gordon in girlish tones in this romantic mystery. Fleeing a tainted past, Rainy confronts doubt and despair when she's suspected of thievery once again despite her claims of innocence. This time valuable Indian artifacts are missing. Duncan Hartford, her tour driver in training, who is characterized with a charming Scottish brogue, is compelling and delightful, although his budding romance with Rainy is founded on deceit. Burr also excels in her characterization of the criminal mastermind. G.D.W. © AudioFile 2003, Portland, Maine-- Copyright © AudioFile, Portland, Maine --This text refers to the Audio CD edition.

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2.0 out of 5 stars Not the quality of most Tracie Peterson books July 7 2003
Format:Paperback
Maybe her other books had me spoiled, but this one never did hold my interest...ever.
Rainy Gordon and her twin brother are tour guides in the Southwest. Rainy is living with the ghost of accusation of theft. She spends her days among the very things she loves, yet has been accused- again- of stealing. She meets a man with similar loves and just when she thinks she has found the man God has picked out for her, she learns he has been paid to spy on her. Suddenly his attention and even his kiss mean nothing. Or do they?
I would still give Peterson the benefit of the doubt and purchase another book, but truthfully, this one was terribly, terribly lacking.
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2.0 out of 5 stars Not the quality of most Tracie Peterson books July 7 2003
By Bonnie McKinzie - Published on Amazon.com
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Maybe her other books had me spoiled, but this one never did hold my interest...ever.
Rainy Gordon and her twin brother are tour guides in the Southwest. Rainy is living with the ghost of accusation of theft. She spends her days among the very things she loves, yet has been accused- again- of stealing. She meets a man with similar loves and just when she thinks she has found the man God has picked out for her, she learns he has been paid to spy on her. Suddenly his attention and even his kiss mean nothing. Or do they?
I would still give Peterson the benefit of the doubt and purchase another book, but truthfully, this one was terribly, terribly lacking.
5.0 out of 5 stars beneath a harvest sky March 10 2014
By Eloisa - Published on Amazon.com
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it was great book. really love the sequel. amazing writer. Recommend her very much. I will read more of her books
4.0 out of 5 stars Another good Tracie Peterson book Jan. 20 2014
By S. Campbell - Published on Amazon.com
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Although this story began slow,when the action started, it was difficult to put down. It is a story of brother and sister who are twins working as tour guides in the southwest. There is excellent detail of the area including the Hopi Indians and some snake dance information. As usual, Tracie Petersen writes a colorful book full of local information and history. We follow this intelligent young woman who was wrongfully accused of stealing artifacts. She goes through much personal turmoil as she learns that God is always at her side and taking care of her happiness. An enjoyable story with an ending you would not expect.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Enjoyed Jan. 11 2014
By NG - Published on Amazon.com
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had some mystery with romance. a good amount of characters with interesting backgrounds.a nice balance of biblical reference s
Enjoyed the faith shared.
5.0 out of 5 stars awesome Nov. 29 2013
By W. Snyder - Published on Amazon.com
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another great read and insight into the American life in the1930s being an educated woman and in the desert no less -- interesting and entertaining!
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