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Wild Mountain

In Wild Mountain, Mona Duval has concocted a tidy life for herself in the rural town of Wild Mountain, Vermont. Escaped (mostly) from a bad marriage, she runs a general store next to an historic covered bridge—a bridge she loves so much, she literally wrote the book on its history. When an ice storm collapses the century-old bridge, Mona’s life begins to unravel with it. Wild Mountain tells a tale of small-town politics and mountain lore. Above all, this book is about passion, whether it be for a land, a cause, a state, or a person. Follow an engaging cast of characters through a turning point in Wild Mountain’s history, as uncertain as the reader what lies ahead. 

 

Reviews
Jacqueline Sheehan, NYT bestselling author

“Nancy Kilgore skillfully peels away the layers of what might otherwise be a quaint town in Vermont. She has keen insight into human strength and frailty and unleashes a cauldron of history, magic, secrets, petty politics flavored with the Freedom to Marry bill, and love. A fine book by a talented writer.”

–       Jacqueline Sheehan, NYTimes bestselling author of A Tiger in the House

 

“The places and characters are so vivid and real, I felt like I was there with them. I wanted to wrap myself up in the story like a coat.”      

                      —Kim Church, author of Byrd

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