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Inhaltsangabe: Fanny knew she was in trouble. She pushed against the man in a desperate attempt to free herself. In October of 1919, Fanny Field, at sixteen is orphaned. Fanny grew up on a large farm that her parents and grandparents homesteaded since their arrival from Kentucky in 1888. Alone Fanny realizes that she needs to find a way to support herself to remain living on the family farm. With help from a good neighbor, she finds a job close to home at the Sheridan Mercantile. When the store owner is away on business, Fanny is left alone to run the store where she is attacked and brutally raped. Fanny soon discovers she is pregnant. Having no one to talk to of her problem, and Afraid of how the strict church townspeople and farmers will react to her pregnancy; she continues working at the mercantile, saving her money hoping no one will discover her secret. Fanny?s thought is to run away. The plan, hastily made, is to have her child in Portland Oregon, find work, and when possible to return to her farm with her illegitimate child knowing full well she will then have to face the unforgiving church people and farmers when she returns. This story is of a young girl?s steadfast determination to survive; of how she outwits the narrow minded church people and farmers of her home town, nearly starves, suffers ridicule and extreme prejudice, and discovers there are good people in all walks of life. The discovery of a hidden map sends Fanny to Kentucky on an adventure that will expose her to life threatening danger; to find true love only to lose it, and to ultimately change her life forever.

Über den Autor: Janet Owren is a noted author of fictional stories of love, hate, survival and mayhem. The characters are full of life, normal people of various backgrounds, various era's, often laced with greed or evil; and even humor. "The Homestead" is the story of a young woman's survival through the prejudice of her community in 1918 and how she builds her life to find love and acceptance My former book, "Reprisal" by Janet Owren, is of a different era circa 1940, a totally different setting, an affluent family with a ruthless matriarch who makes her family miserable; another kind of survival of intrigue, mystery and murder. I hope you enjoy my books, its why I write. Janet Owren

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Buchbeschreibung CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform. Paperback. Buchzustand: New. This item is printed on demand. Paperback. 238 pages. Dimensions: 9.0in. x 6.0in. x 0.5in.Fanny knew she was in trouble. She pushed against the man in a desperate attempt to free herself. In October of 1919, Fanny Field, at sixteen is orphaned. Fanny grew up on a large farm that her parents and grandparents homesteaded since their arrival from Kentucky in 1888. Alone Fanny realizes that she needs to find a way to support herself to remain living on the family farm. With help from a good neighbor, she finds a job close to home at the Sheridan Mercantile. When the store owner is away on business, Fanny is left alone to run the store where she is attacked and brutally raped. Fanny soon discovers she is pregnant. Having no one to talk to of her problem, and Afraid of how the strict church townspeople and farmers will react to her pregnancy; she continues working at the mercantile, saving her money hoping no one will discover her secret. Fannys thought is to run away. The plan, hastily made, is to have her child in Portland Oregon, find work, and when possible to return to her farm with her illegitimate child knowing full well she will then have to face the unforgiving church people and farmers when she returns. This story is of a young girls steadfast determination to survive; of how she outwits the narrow minded church people and farmers of her home town, nearly starves, suffers ridicule and extreme prejudice, and discovers there are good people in all walks of life. The discovery of a hidden map sends Fanny to Kentucky on an adventure that will expose her to life threatening danger; to find true love only to lose it, and to ultimately change her life forever. This item ships from La Vergne,TN. Paperback. Buchnummer des Verkäufers 9781490424835

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Buchbeschreibung Createspace, United States, 2013. Paperback. Buchzustand: New. 229 x 152 mm. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****. Fanny knew she was in trouble. She pushed against the man in a desperate attempt to free herself. In October of 1919, Fanny Field, at sixteen is orphaned. Fanny grew up on a large farm that her parents and grandparents homesteaded since their arrival from Kentucky in 1888. Alone Fanny realizes that she needs to find a way to support herself to remain living on the family farm. With help from a good neighbor, she finds a job close to home at the Sheridan Mercantile. When the store owner is away on business, Fanny is left alone to run the store where she is attacked and brutally raped. Fanny soon discovers she is pregnant. Having no one to talk to of her problem, and Afraid of how the strict church townspeople and farmers will react to her pregnancy; she continues working at the mercantile, saving her money hoping no one will discover her secret. Fanny s thought is to run away. The plan, hastily made, is to have her child in Portland Oregon, find work, and when possible to return to her farm with her illegitimate child knowing full well she will then have to face the unforgiving church people and farmers when she returns. This story is of a young girl s steadfast determination to survive; of how she outwits the narrow minded church people and farmers of her home town, nearly starves, suffers ridicule and extreme prejudice, and discovers there are good people in all walks of life. The discovery of a hidden map sends Fanny to Kentucky on an adventure that will expose her to life threatening danger; to find true love only to lose it, and to ultimately change her life forever. Buchnummer des Verkäufers APC9781490424835

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Buchbeschreibung Createspace, United States, 2013. Paperback. Buchzustand: New. 229 x 152 mm. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****.Fanny knew she was in trouble. She pushed against the man in a desperate attempt to free herself. In October of 1919, Fanny Field, at sixteen is orphaned. Fanny grew up on a large farm that her parents and grandparents homesteaded since their arrival from Kentucky in 1888. Alone Fanny realizes that she needs to find a way to support herself to remain living on the family farm. With help from a good neighbor, she finds a job close to home at the Sheridan Mercantile. When the store owner is away on business, Fanny is left alone to run the store where she is attacked and brutally raped. Fanny soon discovers she is pregnant. Having no one to talk to of her problem, and Afraid of how the strict church townspeople and farmers will react to her pregnancy; she continues working at the mercantile, saving her money hoping no one will discover her secret. Fanny s thought is to run away. The plan, hastily made, is to have her child in Portland Oregon, find work, and when possible to return to her farm with her illegitimate child knowing full well she will then have to face the unforgiving church people and farmers when she returns. This story is of a young girl s steadfast determination to survive; of how she outwits the narrow minded church people and farmers of her home town, nearly starves, suffers ridicule and extreme prejudice, and discovers there are good people in all walks of life. The discovery of a hidden map sends Fanny to Kentucky on an adventure that will expose her to life threatening danger; to find true love only to lose it, and to ultimately change her life forever. Buchnummer des Verkäufers APC9781490424835

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