7426Re: [RI_Ancestors] Fwd: question about an older book
- Jan 12, 2014You are accurate; someone (Nancy) on the Worcester list found it for meanad I was able to order it from Alibris rare boks and have it sent directly to Seattle
Do you know what I might have done wrong in my google search?
I tried The Savage ShoreA Savage Shoreperhaps I didn't use the s at the end or something?I thought my searching skills were better than thatMy first computer was a CRT tube with a teletype keyboard and I always thought I was "hot stuff" to use the vernacular!!!
thanks again to all who responded
From: SANDY JOHANSEN <jenny_ologist@...>
To: RI_Ancestors <RI_Ancestors@yahoogroups.com>
Sent: Sun, Jan 12, 2014 12:29 pm
Subject: Re: [RI_Ancestors] Fwd: question about an older book
There is a Romance novel by Emma Wildes call Savage Shores that comes up in a Google search. Its #1 in her Improper Ladies series. :-)
Sandy from Colorado
On Sun, 1/12/14, I <Jeanhaverhill@...> wrote:
Subject: [RI_Ancestors] Fwd: question about an older book
Date: Sunday, January 12, 2014, 9:10 AM
Sent: Sun, Jan 12, 2014 11:07 am
Subject: question about an older book
Friends in genealogy:
My sister is elderly and has just moved
from California to the cold climate of Seattle
be with her son's
She is asking me for a book called
"Savage Shore" or "Savage
She reads a lot of history and genealogy
all of her possessions in CA can be
considered lost and we wanted to
find this book for her.
I have checked Amazon, Google, Worldcat
and asked my reference librarian
and I am stuck. Because my sister
is elderly I can't go back and ask her to
repeat it (she has used the name about 6
or 8 times)
Does anyone have any suggestions?
It is not about Australia or South
which are the 2 books that come up but
I'm sure she reads about New England,
Any ideas? I don't know where
to look next.
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