About the Author
Quiltmaker Laura D. Patrick and author Ed Ditto are cousins who live not very far apart in southern Tennessee and northern Alabama, respectively. This is their first collaborative project.
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|Length: 300 pages||Word Wise: Enabled||
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This was an interesting book. It was well written and worth the great. The description of the quilt and the story behind it was moving. Would love to read more....Published 1 month ago by Becki316
This was a very interesting book. It told about a family with a mix of happiness beyond there control. The stories of Korea were interesting. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Dorothy Meaux
Excellent and fast read. Good history on the Korean War and great quilt novel. I loved it and could not put it down. I look forward to more about PJ.Published 18 months ago by J. Alber
I downloaded the book but got none of the story, only each of the chapter pages. Bit annoyed :( I guess thats what you get when the book is free!Published on January 12, 2013 by sewgirly
Korean War POW's story interwoven with young family of today through the discovery of a quilt. Well told and deals with the Forgotten War and Post Partum Depression, how it can... Read morePublished on January 11, 2013 by Lori
I like mystery quilt books and this was hard to put down. It touches on prisoners of war and what happened to them during the Korean War,but also talks about depression and I work... Read morePublished on September 17, 2011 by rntraveler