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Happy New Year and goodbye to 1931 …

NOW IN E-BOOK AND PAPERBACK:

Some say the new woman in town is a troublemaker, but Winkler is already in trouble. Two years after the stock market crash, hard times have come to everyone. As the population declines and the mine threatens to close, May Rose and her friends work to save the school, the hospital and the town with their talents and persistence. By the end of 1931, an orphan has found a home, two friends have become a couple, and the new woman in town may be the one who can save it. 

Down in the Valley is the twelfth book in the Mountain Women Series, bringing to life the struggles, triumphs, friendships and loves of women in a small West Virginia town in the early 1900s.

For the best experience, read the books in order to see how the characters grow and their lives change. Here’s a list of books in the series, with links to Amazon:

  1. The Girl on the Mountain
  2. Cold Comfort
  3. Midwinter Sun
  4. The Women’s War
  5. The Boardinghouse
  6. Kith and Kin
  7. Fools for Love
  8. The Meaning of Us
  9. Hearts and Souls
  10. The Promise of Mondays
  11. Pressing On
  12. Down in the Valley
  13. For the Love of Jamie Long (A novella, prequel to the series)

2 thoughts on “Happy New Year and goodbye to 1931 …”

  1. I am currently reading Down In The Valley and enjoying every page. I recently recommended the book series to a friend. I’ve become so acquainted with the descriptive and often exciting story line, and with the characters that I want my friends to benefit from the series too. The series has never disappointed, bringing vivid pictures to mind of what small town life was like in the early 1900’s. I’m already anticipating the next book, and I haven’t finished the last one!

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