Told from multiple perspectives and laced with startling twists, Dogwood by acclaimed author Chris Fabry is an emotionally rich tale of suffering, sacrificial love, and redemption. A single visit to a West Virginia prison can't resolve the tragic pasts of convicted child-killer Will Hatfield and his former sweetheart Karin. While she struggles with haunting regrets, Will vows to wait for her, no matter how long it takes. ". once the story starts cooking, it's difficult to put down ." -Publishers Weekly
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"Sweethearts Karin and Will consider themselves soul mates--until Will, tragically convicted as a child killer, is sentenced to West Virginia Penitentiary. Karin can't understand, or forgive, and marries an emotionally distant man but remains haunted by the past. The rich vocal personalities of multiple narrators provide an emotionally charged portrayal of Karin and Will's story of love and redemption. This 2009 Christy Award winner starts slowly but comes into its own when Will returns home to Dogwood. The narrators' textured characterizations of Karin's feelings of conflict and the town's simmering hatred toward Will, which costs him his job, are especially believable. Their powerful depiction of Karin's feelings of guilt and regret won't be easily forgotten. G.D.W. (c) AudioFile 2009, Portland, Maine"
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