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On Bear Mountain
by Deborah Smith


Overview - Dirt-poor, sensitive as poets, and proud as kings, the Powell family has lived on a Georgia mountaintop for generations. Then, during the 1960's, young Ursula Powell's father convinces the Tiber family, owners of everything in nearby Tiberville, to commission a huge iron sculpture of a bear for the town.  Read more...

 
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Overview
Dirt-poor, sensitive as poets, and proud as kings, the Powell family has lived on a Georgia mountaintop for generations. Then, during the 1960's, young Ursula Powell's father convinces the Tiber family, owners of everything in nearby Tiberville, to commission a huge iron sculpture of a bear for the town. Decades later the strange sculpture - rejected by the townspeople and left to rust on the Powell farm - symbolizes a family's failure and thwarted dreams. But, unknown to Ursula, it is now worth such a huge fortune that the artist's embittered son, Quentin Ricconni, is coming to reclaim it . . . and to change everything Ursula believes about the past, the choices that break a heart, and the redeeming powers of art and love.
Characters as intriguing as the abstract sculpture." -- Atlanta Journal Constitution
"I highly recommend On Bear Mountain . . . a deeply touching tale." -- Romance Reviews Today
"A delight." -- Hollywood Behind The Scenes
"Rich, complex." -- The Romance Reader
"Beautifully written . . . A shimmering web of sorrows and joys." Booklist
"Readers of the novels of Anne Rivers Siddons will welcome into their hearts Deborah Smith." -- Midwest Book Review
"A fine and gentle tale" -- Publishers Weekly
"Charming and heartwarming" -- Library Journal
"Smith's best novel yet." -- Kristin Hannah
Reviewer s Choice Nominee, Best Contemporary Novel
Romantic Times BookClub 2003
Nominee, The 2002 Townsend Prize for Fiction
Reviewer s Choice Nominee, Best Mainstream Romance
Romantic Times, 1997 "


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  • ISBN-13: 9780982175668
  • ISBN-10: 0982175663
  • Publisher: Bell Bridge Books
  • Publish Date: November 2009
  • Page Count: 280


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