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With a broken heart, a stalled career, and a troubled family, singer-songwriter Annie Walsh seeks refuge at her secluded home, surrounded by a lush Florida tangelo grove and the company of her old dog Detour. But a crime connected to her brother Calder threatens to tear her family apart, and Annie is forced to shore up her loyalties and question some profound disappointments of her past. From the ever-changing present, where each hour brings an unforeseen piece of news, to the poignant childhood days of first allegiances and life-changing losses, circumstances converge and Annie steps out to lull the listener into this soulful, stirring journey like a fine and forlorn love ballad.
Carry Yourself Back to Me cultivates an often tender, sometimes tart world of love and loss. Inflected with melancholy and redeemed by melody, this deeply affecting story is certain to strike a resonant chord in the heart.
©2011 Deborah Reed (P)2011 Brilliance Audio, Inc.
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By everyday8 on 03-09-17

lovely story

well written, lovely story with enough suspense to keep you guessing! very much enjoyed this novel and narrator.

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By bella on 10-01-16

This book carry your self back.😅

Hello this book is good the story tell that some time what we think we want is not the best if we step back and listen.

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