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Let him go [electronic resource] : a novel / Larry Watson.

By: Watson, Larry, 1947-Material type: TextTextPublication details: New York : Milkweed Editions, 2013Edition: First editionDescription: 1 online resource (281 pages)Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9781571318909 (electronic bk.); 1571318909 (electronic bk.)Subject(s): Grandparent and child -- Fiction | Parental relocation (Child custody) -- Fiction | Visitation rights (Domestic relations) -- Fiction | North Dakota -- Fiction | FICTION / GeneralGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Let Him Go : A Novel.DDC classification: 813/.54 LOC classification: PS3573.A853Online resources: Click here to access title or place hold | Image
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Summary: In North Dakota in 1951, years after losing her son in a horse riding accident, Margaret Blackledge seeks to retrieve her grandson from the daughter-in-law who ran off with another man but finds her efforts challenged by her reluctant husband and the boy's stepfamily.Summary: The celebrated author of Montana 1948 (over 400,000 copies sold) returns to the American West in this riveting tale of familial love and its unexpected consequences. Dalton, North Dakota. It's September 1951: years since George and Margaret Blackledge lost their son James when he was thrown from a horse; months since his widow Lorna took off with their only grandson and married Donnie Weboy. Margaret is steadfast, resolved to find and retrieve her grandson Jimmy- the one person in this world keeping James's memory alive- while George, a retired sheriff, is none too eager to stir up trouble.
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In North Dakota in 1951, years after losing her son in a horse riding accident, Margaret Blackledge seeks to retrieve her grandson from the daughter-in-law who ran off with another man but finds her efforts challenged by her reluctant husband and the boy's stepfamily.

The celebrated author of Montana 1948 (over 400,000 copies sold) returns to the American West in this riveting tale of familial love and its unexpected consequences. Dalton, North Dakota. It's September 1951: years since George and Margaret Blackledge lost their son James when he was thrown from a horse; months since his widow Lorna took off with their only grandson and married Donnie Weboy. Margaret is steadfast, resolved to find and retrieve her grandson Jimmy- the one person in this world keeping James's memory alive- while George, a retired sheriff, is none too eager to stir up trouble.

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