KINDLE Ý The Widow Nash µ Jamie Harrison

KINDLE Ý The Widow Nash µ Jamie Harrison He is reborn as Mrs Nash a wealthy young widow with no burden of family But her old life won’t let go so easily and soon her ex fiancé is on her trail threatening the new life she is so eager to create The Widow Nash is a riveting narrative filled with a colorful cast of characters rich historical details and epic set pieces Europe in summer New York in fall Africa in winter The lively unforgettable town of Livingston Montana And in Dulcy Jamie Harrison has created an indelible heroine sure to capture the hearts of readers everywhere Could not engage with this novel

KINDLE The Widow Nash

FREE READER Ô DOC The Widow Nash ¾ EYLTRANSFERSERVICES ð [Reading] ➹ The Widow Nash By Jamie Harrison – Dulcy Remfrey has traveled the globe with her eccentric father Walton a wealthy entrepreneur obsessed with earthuakes and catastrophe searching to cure his long battle with s Dulcy Remfrey has traveled the globe with her eccentric father Walton a wealthy entrepreneur obsessed with earthuakes and catastrophe searching to cure his long battle with syphilis through any crackpot means necessary Their deep connection is tested however when Walton returns from an African expedition without any of the proceeds from the sale of his gold mine It seems he’s lost his mind along with the great sum of money his health declining rapidly Her father’s business partner and her ex fiancé insists Dulcy come to Seattle to The Widow Nash by Jamie Harrison is a 2017 Counterpoint publication Captivating and absorbing historical fiction Dulcy left home after breaking things off with her fiancé Victor who also happened to be her father’s business partner But when she receives a phone call explaining her father Walton is in very bad health and has also misplaced a very large sum of money she has no choice but to return home Although she must face the distasteful and creepy Victor Dulcy cares for her father and searches through his ‘disaster’ journals for clues to the whereabouts of the missing money However Walton commits suicide before Dulcy’s research has produced any results Not long after Walton dies Dulcy vanishes and is presumed dead another probable victim of suicide But in truth Dulcy took advantage of a once in a lifetime opportunity to reinvent herself She does this by settling into the Elite Hotel in Livingston Montana presenting herself to the residents there as ‘Mrs Nash’ a wealthy widow From there Dulcy occasionally reminisces about her travels and adventures with her father a self made man with an obsession with earthuakes and a penchant for the ladies which eventually caught up with him when he contracted syphilis These flashbacks paint a complex father and daughter relationship It was an unconventional upbringing which provided Dulcy with experiences no other girl her age would have hoped for but also came at a high cost to her in many other ways But in her new life Dulcy escapes the dangerous Victor takes a lover and for the first time in her life appears to have found her niche She blossoms and begins to really take command of her life until her past comes callingThis is such a good story There are some difficult passages sprinkled throughout and has its share of dark undertones but it is also very fascinating and interesting This author has a real talent for bringing to life vivid and uniue characterizations The dialogue and prose is exceptional as are the lavish details descriptions and landscapes I traveled around a bit and absorbed pieces of history while getting to know Dulcy a strong willed and determined woman who works to escape a most untenable situation and grabs her chance to live life on her own terms There are a few distractions in the narrative especially with the 'disaster' journal entries which were interesting in the beginning but the interruptions they brought could be exasperating at times I understand why the author felt it was important incorporate them but the timing or pacing was thrown off a bit because of it There’s suspense adventure drama and intrigue romance poignancy and irony and rip roaring tale of the wild west I don’t know if I have ever read historical fiction uite like this This is a new author for me but I’m impressed with her writing style and will certainly add of her novels to my reading list I highly recommend this novel for fans of historical fiction or to anyone who enjoys rich characters strong female leads and marvelous storytelling 4 stars

Jamie Harrison µ The Widow Nash READER

The Widow NashDecipher her father’s cryptic notebooks a dozen in all wrapped in brightly colored silk which may hold clues to the missing funds Yet when her father dies before they can locate the money Dulcy falls under suspicion Petrified of being forced to spend the rest of her life with her ex love Dulcy decides to disappear from the train bringing her father’s body homeIs it possible to disappear from your old life and create another? Dulcy travels the West reading stories about her presumed death and settles into a small Montana town where s Full review here I received a copy of this book from the publisher in exchange for a reviewDulcy Remfrey's father Walton has started to lose his mind and in addition a large fortune His business partner who is also Dulcy's brutal ex fiance reuests Dulcy come to Seattle to see if she can figure out what he has done with his money by reading through the twelve eccentric notebooks her father has kept over the years When Walton dies and Dulcy's ex Victor grows suspicious that she may not be sharing all of the information with himWhile bringing her father's body home Dulcy makes the decision to disappear telling no one of her plans to run away and start a new life somewhere else in hopes to avoid having to marry VictorThis is a rich and interesting story about a young woman in the early 20th century who takes her life in her own hands and makes the decision to choose herself rather than succumbing to what is expected of her The reader may not always agree with Dulcy's actions but I cannot imagine a reader who wouldn't be entranced by her story Jamie Harrison daughter of Jim Harrison has written a solid novel that covers a great deal of ground A historical novel that touches on a little bit of romance a nice dose of mystery and a subtle nod at early 20th century writers whose female characters weren't always socially acceptably strongHighly recommend