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Publisher's Summary

In Prairie Moon, author Maggie Osborne brings to life the Civil War tale of a man and woman whose lives change forever when they meet. Ruth Ann Phimister's touching narration captures the wonder of friendship and love in the midst of loss.

Osborne has received many awards from Romantic Times and won the RITA from the Romance Writers of America.

©2003 Maggie Osborne; (P)2006 Recorded Books LLC

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"With her classic flair and with great sensitivity, Osborne has penned an intense story of two emotionally fragile people who find healing and hope in their love for each other." (Library Journal)

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Loved it!

This book really kept my attention. Books I've listened to since have not compared to this! Highly recommended!

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If you could sum up Prairie Moon in three words, what would they be?

It was one of the most enjoyable audio books that I have listened to in a long time. I love anything Ruth Ann Phimister narrates. A must have book to add to your collection.

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  • Donald
  • Charleston, SC, USA
  • 11-13-07

Boring

Not worth the time or trouble. Characters appear with no introduction. I never was able to finish this.

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Prairie Moon

Really slow!!! The reader sounded very elderly. The last 3 hours was pretty good, but it took a long time to get there.