Between a Book and a Hard Place by Denise SwansonThis is the true story of Aron Ralston who goes hiking in a remote part of the Utah desert without letting anyone know. He gets his hand stuck between a big boulder and a canyon wall. He tries to cut Absolutely enthralling story, despite the fact that living in Colorado when this all happened I had followed every bit of it in the news. Well-written, but a bit meandering and preachy at bits - Aron Aron Ralston, a native of the Midwest, retired from a career as a mechanical engineer at age twenty-six before moving to Aspen, Colorado. Since his accident, he has completed his unprecedented project to climb the fifty-nine Colorado peaks of more than 14, feet, alone, in winter.
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The New York Times bestselling author of Dying for a Cupcake returns with a new mystery filled with lost family, hidden treasure, and long-buried secrets Five-and-dime store owner Devereaux “Dev” Sinclair moved to Shadow Bend for her family.
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