The Quilters Homecoming, An Elm Creek Quilts Novel   -     By: Jennifer Chiaverini
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The Quilters Homecoming, An Elm Creek Quilts Novel

Simon & Schuster / 2007 / Hardcover

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In the latest Elm Creek Quilts novel, newlyweds Elizabeth and Henry Nelson embark on a journey from Pennsylvania to California to their new home, Triumph Ranch. Upon reaching the ranch, however, they find that they have been tricked out of their property and are left penniless and a forced to work on the ranch that they thought they had owned. As Henry struggles with his pride, Elizabeth struggles to understand her new husband's feelings and make their marriage work.

As Elizabeth befriends other ranch workers in similar situations, Elizabeth and her new friend Rosa Barclay stumble down a path of dangerous deception. Then when Elizabeth discovers truth in quilts made by Rosa's mother, her own life may be placed in peril. Jennifer Chiaverini, hardcover, 309 pages.

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Format: Hardcover
Number of Pages: 320
Vendor: Simon & Schuster
Publication Date: 2007
Dimensions: 8.44 X 5.50 (inches)
ISBN: 0743260228
ISBN-13: 9780743260220
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Series: Elm Creek Quilts

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Publisher's Description

A Roaring Twenties tale of boom and bust unfolds as young bride Elizabeth Bergstrom Nelson sets off with her husband, Henry, from her family home of Elm Creek Manor in Pennsylvania to start a new life in the unfamiliar terrain of southern California. Expecting to assume ownership of Triumph Ranch, the couple instead learns that their deed is a fake, and that they must work for the rightful proprietors to earn their keep. Resourceful Elizabeth trades her trousseau—including the fine quilts stitched by her Bergstrom relatives—for the practical goods the Nelsons need to survive, and finds friendship with California native Rosa Diaz Barclay. When Elizabeth discovers a mysterious cache of quilts made by a member of the Diaz family that reveals a misplaced legacy of love, land, and ancestral ties, it becomes clear that only by stitching the rift between the past and the future can the inhabitants of Triumph Ranch hope to live in peace alongside history.

Author Bio

Jennifer Chiaverini is the author of the New York Times bestselling Elm Creek Quilts series, five collections of quilt projects, and Mrs. Lincoln’s Dressmaker, her most recent historical novel. A graduate of the University of Notre Dame and the University of Chicago, she lives with her husband and sons in Madison, Wisconsin.

Publisher's Weekly

Chiaverini's latest Elm Creek Quilts installment suffers at the hands of its lackluster hero and heroine. Newlyweds Elizabeth and Henry leave Elizabeth's sprawling Pennsylvania family farm in 1925 to work a Southern California ranch Henry has bought sight unseen. As they ride the train out west, Chiaverini fills in the backstory of the Rodriguez family, the ranch's original owners, who lost the land in the 1880s. When the couple arrive in the picturesque valley, they discover they have been swindled into the poorhouse by an unscrupulous land broker who sold them a fake deed. Determined not to crawl back to their families, Henry works as a hired hand, while Elizabeth cooks for the Jorgenson family, the ranch's true owners. Dispirited and resentful, Henry rejects Elizabeth's encouragement and support, and Elizabeth must decide if the marriage is worth fighting for. On the page, the relationship between Henry and Elizabeth teeters between dull and nonexistent-which hinders the story of a young couple striving to make their marriage work. Copyright 2007 Publishers Weekly.

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