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This striking debut novel by Aud Steinfeldt will have readers reflecting on love, loss, and the healing power of nature. The story follows John Tousette, a born outdoorsman and the only child of a dysfunctional home, who works to build a life for himself on the Montana Hi-Line. He draws on his self-dependence to create a successful excavation business and a loving home with his wife, May, and son, Cally. When a careless instant tears away something they hold dear, their carefully constructed life threatens to come toppling down. Will the Tousettes find the strength to climb out of the ruins?
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Aud Steinfeldt grew up in Fort Smith, Montana, and was very fortunate to live amongst ranchers, Indians, fly fishermen, hippies, trailer dwellers, government workers, hunters, boaters, campers, beet farmers, and a lot of people flying by the seat of their pants. She loves observing and analyzing, and hopes that at 44, she is on the cusp of a long and illustrious career writing about all the thoughts and ideas crammed into her brain. Aud currently lives in Reed Point with her husband (and muse) Todd and their two incredibly macho sons.
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Book Description Audrey D. Steinfeldt, 2015. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M1591521580