Thursday, April 1, 2010

An Absence So Great by Jane Kirkpatrick



An Absence So Great is the continuing story of Jessie Ann Gaebele's journey to becoming an independent female photographer and understanding love and it's role in her life.

Her story began in A Flickering Light, and because of the choices she made and some that were made for her, she moved away from her hometown of Winona, Minnesota. In this new novel, Jessie is working as an assistant doing the retouching and helping set up for portraits... so much less than she aspires to do. Will she find love? Will she ever have her own studio?

An Absence So Great is the conclusion to the wonderful story of Kirkpatrick's grandmother! I loved it and reading the real-life struggles of an indepent, smart woman in the early 1900s.

For more information about this book, and others by Jane Kirkpatrick, please visit: WaterBrook Multnomah Publishers.


Jane Kirkpatrick is an award-winning author of sixteen historical novels, including A Flickering Light, the first part of Jessie Gaebale’s story, and three nonfiction titles. Known for her unique insights into the exploration of community, family and faith of actual historical women, the Wisconsin native and her husband have called their ranch in Oregon home for the past 25 years.




This book was provided for review by the WaterBrook Multnomah Publishing Group

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