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Sandra Dallas is the author of seven novels, including The Persian Pickle Club and New Mercies. She is a former Denver bureau chief for Business Week magazine and lives in Denver, Colorado.

Genres: Historical, Children's Fiction, Historical Romance

Sandra Dallas recommends
Ladies with Options (2001)
(Larksdale Ladies, book 1)
Cynthia Hartwick
"An endearing collection of characters..."
Impatient with Desire (2010)
Gabrielle Burton
"Told through fictional letters and diary entries written by Tamsen Donner, Impatient with Desire is a hauntingly lyrical story of the ill-fated Donner Party, one of the seminal events in America's westward movement. This bittersweet novel of love and sacrifice will tear at your heart."
Cowboys Never Cry (2010)
Tina Welling
"As satisfying as the smell of sage in summer rain."
One Mountain Away (2012)
(Goddesses Anonymous, book 1)
Emilie Richards
"Haunts me as few other books have."
Light Changes Everything (2020)
Nancy E Turner
"Mary Pearl Prine is a western original. Her spirit and pluckiness are infectious. Filled with Arizona Territory detail and language, Nancy E. Turner’s Light Changes Everything, the story of a young woman too self-confident to be beaten down by frontier challenges, promises to become a Wild West classic."
The Last Cherry Blossom (2020)
Kathleen Burkinshaw
"Set in the waning days of World War II Hiroshima, this is an extraordinary story with its universal themes of family, life, and love. Young readers will be entranced with the irrepressible Yuriko and her Japanese traditions, and grieve with her when her childhood is torn apart by the unthinkable. The Last Cherry Blossom shows that wherever they are, all children are the victims of war."

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