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How secrets and differences can break—or bind—a family.


Ribbons of Steel by Carol Henry

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Also by Carol Henry:

Juelle's Legacy, August 2014
Paperback
Ribbons of Steel, October 2013
Paperback
Nothing Short of a Miracle, July 2013
Paperback

Ribbons of Steel
Carol Henry

The Wild Rose Press
October 2013
On Sale: October 25, 2013
ISBN: 0148897223
EAN: 2940148897224
Kindle: B00DNOAAY6
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Romance Contemporary

Charley Carmichael's loyalty may be with the Pennsylvania Rail Road's main man, Mason Aderley, but his heart lies with the men who work the rails. With the railroads cutting wages, a major strike is imminent. Caught up in the riots and bloodshed sweeping the continent, Charley's friends are threatened; workers are dying. Charley's life turns tragic when his wife is diagnosed with consumption.

Emily, forced to leave her family due to her health, travels to her cousin's home in the California Territory. A damaged trestle prevents her train from crossing a ravine, stranding the passengers with nowhere to hide when an Indian hunting party causes a deadly buffalo stampede. Fearing for her life, Emily worries she will never see her children again. Who will care for them should her husband not survive the railroad strike?

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