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[PDF / Epub] ✅ The Whiskey Creek Water Company Author Jan Walker – Webpolitics.us

The Whiskey Creek Water Company November, 1932, Burke Bay On Puget Sound Local Indians Called The Natural Spring Burbling Up In The Forest Spirit Water Scandinavian Settlers Took That To Mean Whiskey And Named The Stream Flowing From The Spring Whiskey Creek Rumor Has It The Creek S Name Attracted The Dark Stranger, Farley Price, Who Disrupted Life In The Community Minutes After School Teacher Maeva Swanson First Hears The Stranger S Name, She Meets His Daughter, A Child Who Loves Books, And Ignores Concerns About The Man, Especially Those Proffered By Her Fiance, Boat Captain Axel Jenson Orval Blevins, Who Owns The Creek Headwaters, Distills A Fine Product And Hires The Stranger To Handle Delivery Eleanor Price, The Strangers Wife, Suffers Abuse At His Hands But Grows To Love The Community And Strive To Remain There Bachelor Brothers, Hauk And Lang Nordlund, Are Quiet Observers Attracted To Unavailable Women Maeva And Eleanor They Bide Their Time, Waiting For The Inevitable Showdown With Farley Price.

[PDF / Epub] ✅ The Whiskey Creek Water Company  Author Jan  Walker – Webpolitics.us
  • Paperback
  • 336 pages
  • The Whiskey Creek Water Company
  • Jan Walker
  • English
  • 16 October 2018
  • 0984840052

    10 thoughts on “[PDF / Epub] ✅ The Whiskey Creek Water Company Author Jan Walker – Webpolitics.us


  1. says:

    This was a fantastic book I connected with the book on two different angles The story line was well written, engaging and easy to read I started the book on a Thursday evening and ended up finishing the book that weekend I couldn t put it down Better than the story line was the small town, rural community and the relationships among the characters in the book The basic story is about the lives of two young women in a small Scandinavian community in the Puget Sound area but the book is also This was a fantastic book I connected with the book on two different angles The story line was well written, engaging and easy to read I started the book on a Thursday evening and ended up finishing the book that weekend I couldn t put it down Better than the story line was the small town, rural community and the relationships among the characters in the book The basic story is about the lives of two young women in a small Scandinavian community in the Puget Sound area but the book is also about the close knit community, their friendships and relationships with each other and how the community came together to save the women from danger I was raised in a rural German community and this really resonated with me I know strong, independent women like those described in the book, and men like the Nordlunds strong, quiet and able and w...


  2. says:

    Having the non fiction characters who populate this book be the close relatives of the author was just one of the attractions to which I responded as I read the newest book written by Jan Walker One of the less obvious, but no less significant, points that captured my attention was the unobtrusive, rhythmic ebb and flow of dialogue and description Since I live in the area where the story is set, I know the author was accurate in her description More importantly, even if I had never been to Ke Having the non fiction characters who populate this book be the close relatives of the author was just one o...


  3. says:

    Every evening for the last 3 weeks I looked forward to my reading hour when I would be rejoining the lives of the characters of the Whiskey Creek Water Company Few novels have the ability to pull me into the story as much as did this 1930s novel by Jan Walker She has an uncanny ability to create memorable scenes Now that I have finished the novel I am sorry for my loss I heartily recommend it to all who love a great novel with characters worth knowing and worth remembering I expect I will f Every evening for the last 3 weeks I looked forward to my reading hour when I would be rejoining the lives of the characters of the Whiskey Creek Water Company Few novels have the ability to pull me into the story as much as did this 1930s novel by Jan Walker She has an uncanny ability to create memorable scenes Now that I have finished the novel I am sorry for my loss I heartily recommend it to all who...


  4. says:

    From Maeva to Farley to Eleanor and Hannah, every character comes alive and gives you something to care about I was particularly impressed with the strength of the female characters as they carried their weight in the trenches of depression era life and rallied the communi...


  5. says:

    This story takes place on the Kitsap Peninsula during prohibition times and I enjoyed the local flavor, as well as, the knowledge about prohibition A well written and engaging story that makes me realize how good we have it today Those ladies were hardy soulsI come from good stock as my g...


  6. says:

    Excellent I loved the characters and was able to escape every evening into another world It was refreshing to find a book where the women were real and not super woman I ll definitely be looking forfrom this author and recommending this book I would also like to thank goodreads.com for making this...

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