The Stolen Marriage

The Stolen Marriage

Book - 2017
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In early 1940s Hickory, NC, Tess finds herself stuck in an airless marriage after impulsively breaking off her engagement to a longtime love. She finds purpose by working at the newly built polio hospital but knows that she is regarded with suspicion and starts sensing that her life is in danger.
Publisher: New York : St. Martin's Press, 2017
Edition: First Edition
ISBN: 9781250087270
1250087279
Branch Call Number: FIC
Characteristics: 376 pages ; 25 cm

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tmauragas
Apr 14, 2018

I am so happy to stumble upon this Author. Shes a great writer. I did not get bored and couldn't put it down.

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JacksDaddy
Apr 09, 2018

This book was fantastic! Best book ever!

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1C00lgrannie
Apr 06, 2018

Excellent story! Diane Chamberlain knows how to weave a romantic and intriguing story! Kept my interest throughout. Highly recommend!

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NanCcan
Mar 12, 2018

I am so grateful to great authors like Diane Chamberlain for the hours they transport me away from whatever pain, crises, or just plain overload is going on in my life - and, at the same time teach me about history, cultures, etc., and inspire me as their characters learn and grow!
The description of this title had me putting it off until it was the last book on my "for later" shelf, but the story was so much deeper and more complicated than I expected from a "marriage for convenience" story. Yes, there were hints throughout about the way(s) the story would wrap up, but even they wouldn't have led me to guess why some things happened the way they did, or how they would work out.

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lgraf
Mar 05, 2018

Couldn't put this book down....read it in 2 days. Fascinating story about a time in history that I knew nothing about. Love this author.

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sasie
Jan 03, 2018

This author tells great stories about families in history that are dealing with the social issues of their time. She is a really good storyteller and makes the characters and the time period come to life. I would really recommend this to people who like to read about families.

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Marcley
Dec 01, 2017

I just finished this book & it is still "with" me -- I really liked it. Set in the early 1940's, a young engaged girl gets intoxicated one night and the resulting consequences lead to so many changes. There are mysteries involved, love affairs and lots of drama. This is a historical fiction about the polio epidemic in North Carolina.

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