The Sound of Unheard Melodies
by Jan Surasky


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Lily Paxton is a child of the 1880s Oklahoma territories, born to a poor gypsy mother and a wealthy mine-owning father. She rides the prairies and the grasslands making friends with the foreman's son at her father's mine and a Native American boy she meets in the ancient Cross Timbers forest. But, when she reaches sixteen she is sent east to her father's wealthy family and a finishing school where she will prepare for courtship with wealthy young men or perhaps even a European noble. But, when a chance happening calls her back to Oklahoma she finds she must choose between a return to the east and a life of wealth and privilege or the hard life in a territory not yet a state. The choice she makes will not only determine her own future but will help to determine the fate of a very young nation.

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Overview
Lily Paxton is a child of the 1880s Oklahoma territories, born to a poor gypsy mother and a wealthy mine-owning father. She rides the prairies and the grasslands making friends with the foreman's son at her father's mine and a Native American boy she meets in the ancient Cross Timbers forest. But, when she reaches sixteen she is sent east to her father's wealthy family and a finishing school where she will prepare for courtship with wealthy young men or perhaps even a European noble. But, when a chance happening calls her back to Oklahoma she finds she must choose between a return to the east and a life of wealth and privilege or the hard life in a territory not yet a state. The choice she makes will not only determine her own future but will help to determine the fate of a very young nation.

 
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  • ISBN-13: 9780997652161
  • ISBN-10: 0997652160
  • Publisher: Sandalwood Press
  • Publish Date: April 2020
  • Page Count: 325
  • Dimensions: 8.5 x 5.6 x 0.8 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 1 pounds


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