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With heart
Garlock, Dorothy.
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New York : Warner Books, 1999.
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433 pages ; 18 cm
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Tillison County, Oklahoma, 1938 and feisty newspaperwoman Kathleen Dolan has high hopes for her investment in the Rawlings Gazette. But she hasn't even reached Oklahoma city limits when trouble strikes and hijackers try to steal her car. It is only a taste of worse things to come.

Author Notes

Dorothy Garlock is a Texas native living in Clear Lake, Iowa, who quit her job as a newspaper columnist and reporter at the age of 49 to write novels. She entered her first novel in a contest and lost, but she sold the book. Now, over twenty years later, she has millions of copies in print and has had her work translated into 18 languages.

So many of her more than 40 books are set in the Old West that Dorothy Garlock has come to be classified as a Western Romance writer. She is a member of the Romance Writers Hall of Fame. Popular titles include Almost Eden, The Listening Sky, and Larkspur. With Hope is a gritty, unsentimental romance set in the Great Depression.

Dorothy Garlock also writes under the names Dorothy Glenn, Dorothy Philips and Johanna Phillips.

(Bowker Author Biography) Dorothy Garlock is an award-winning author with over 40 published novels. She lives in Clear Lake, Iowa.

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Library Journal Review

This is the third novel in Garlock's wonderful Great Depression series set in Oklahoma in 1938. Kathleen Dolan is on her way to take a job as a newspaper reporter in Rawlings, OK, when she is waylaid by hijackers bent on stealing her car and taking her money and property. She is rescued in the nick of time by a handsome cowboy named Johnny, and she makes it to the Gazette office to find the editor out cold on the floor with a large bump on her head. There is an old scandal that is still having its effects, a dead body, a grave with no corpse, a very strange, pushy nurse, and Johnny is a great deal more than he seems at first. Daring Kathleen has to stay alive in order to find romance with Johnny. Kate Forbes continues her wonderful narration, which she began with With Hope. A fun way to while away a long afternoon; enthusiastically recommended for all public libraries.√ĄBarbara Perkins, Irving P.L., TX (c) Copyright 2010. Library Journals LLC, a wholly owned subsidiary of Media Source, Inc. No redistribution permitted.

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