Shadow Ranch: A Novel by Jo-ann Mapson

Shadow Ranch: A Novel

byJo-ann Mapson

Paperback | March 28, 1997

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The impact of four-year-old Spencer's death has rocked the Carpenter family. For Lainie, the loss of her son is unbearable, and now both her marriage and her very sanity are threatened. Her guitar-obsessed, slacker brother Russell isn't doing very well either, and his own love relationship is rapidly coming undone. Then there's Bop, her fierce and crusty 80-year-old grandfather. When he falls in love with a retired stripper, their earthy romance touches each of the Carpenters' lives in unexpected ways.

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The impact of four-year-old Spencer's death has rocked the Carpenter family. For Lainie, the loss of her son is unbearable, and now both her marriage and her very sanity are threatened. Her guitar-obsessed, slacker brother Russell isn't doing very well either, and his own love relationship is rapidly coming undone. Then there's Bop, he...
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Title:Shadow Ranch: A NovelFormat:PaperbackDimensions:384 pages, 8 × 5.31 × 0.83 inPublished:March 28, 1997Publisher:HarperCollins

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ISBN - 10:0060928433

ISBN - 13:9780060928438

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Jo-Ann Mapson crafts a rich and evocative tale of love, loss, and how they affect several generations of a Southern California family in this, her most successful novel yet. "The Carpenters are as convincing and as touching a family as we are likely to find on the written page".--"Boston Globe"

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"A thrill ride through the recognizable and often unpleasant territory of real life before the romance kicks in."(Los Angeles Times)