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Barbara Daube said:   November 18, 2014 8:08 am PST
I liked the book better with each page. I've always been interested in the Depression Era and was happy to find such an enjoyable book on the subject. Thank you!

Valerie Coolidge said:   September 29, 2014 11:52 am PST
Line by Line was this month's book, for our Well Red and Fed book club. We meet monthly at our winery and we make food based on the book. For dinner we are having day old bread and peanut butter, beef stew, and lemon raisin pie, with a lattice top. I found your book enthralling, needing to look up more information about the depression era and freight car jumping. Thank you for writing this amazing story. I have suggested that our local library purchase your book.

Becky Harper Ceccarelli said:   January 4, 2012 6:51 am PST
I was born in Auburn in 1951. It was so interesting to read a book that described this city so well. As I read this story of Maddy and the cause of the veterans, I could not help but see some parallell to the situations of many people today, including those Occupy Wall Street people tear gassed in Los Angeles. I experienced tear gas in 1970 at college in Buffalo, NY. This book was a wonderful read.

Janet Stafford said:   September 13, 2011 4:11 pm PST
I picked up your book at the Pennsylvania Railroad Museum and was immediately hooked! Your characters were so real and I loved the way you wove in the stark realities everyday people wrestled with during the Great Depression. You also managed to catch that small glimmer of hope that kept folks going during the era. Finally I am delighted to find your website, for I am doing much the same thing, having just published my first novel and helping my partner with a film project. So thanks for giving me hope!

Carol Lipus said:   July 6, 2011 2:39 pm PST
A very enjoyable read! Found myself doing my own research and found out that there really was a "Hobo Nickle". How interesting. The era was fascinating and the characters believable. Have passed the book on friend and recommended to others!

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