Books by Judith Duncan

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The Renegade and the Heiress

Judith Duncan - who knew? Well, a number of people, apparently, from the grades other reviewers have given her books. This is only the second book I've read by her, but at this point, she's two for two. The Renegade and the Heiress is a very good read indeed. Finn Donovan is a loner. Years ag ...

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Streets of Fire

I picked up a copy of Streets of Fire on the recommendation of Sandi Morris, AAR's technical editor. She told me to expect a heavy read, but a good one. She was right. Sydney Foster is a successful businesswoman who has dabbled a bit in lost causes over the years. Her own history is as painful as ...

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Beginnings

Well, I did something this week that I promised myself I never would do. I read two Judith Duncan books in a row, and I really can't say that I'm sorry. I was contacted last week by a lady who's a Judith Duncan reader like me, and in her e-mail, she mentioned that one of her favorite Judith Duncan b ...

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Beyond All Reason

This is the first book of Judith Duncan's Wide Open Spaces series, and I feel it's a book that's not to be missed. Tanner McCall is a half-breed Native Canadian, living on a ranch just outside Bolton, Alberta. Now, that might not mean anything to anybody else, but to me, it's a real town in the Prov ...

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Better Than Before

This week seems to have been the week for finding gut-wrenching stories, and this one is just as good as the other two. I tried several times over the past few months to read this book, but it just never caught my interest until the other night. Guess I was in the mood for it and I definitely can't ...