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The Prairie Wife

by Arthur Stringer

It tells the story of a young woman named Jessie Drummond, who travels to the Canadian prairies to marry her fiancé, but soon finds herself caught up in a web of lies, secrets, and betrayal. Set against the backdrop of the rugged Canadian wilderness, "The Prairie Wife" is a thrilling tale of adventure, romance, and suspense. As Jessie struggles to uncover the truth about her fiancé and his family, she must also confront her own feelings and desires, and make difficult choices about the kind of life she wants to lead. Stringer's vivid descriptions of the prairie landscape and his nuanced characterizations of the book's many complex personalities make "The Prairie Wife" a rich and rewarding read. The book also explores themes of love, loyalty, and betrayal, and offers a fascinating glimpse into the social and cultural dynamics of early 20th-century Canada. Despite being over a century old, "The Prairie Wife" remains a timeless classic of Canadian literature. Its themes and characters continue to resonate with readers today, and its exploration of the complexities of human relationships and the natural world make it a must-read for fans of adventure and romance fiction.

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Language

English

Original Language

English

Published In

1915

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Arthur Stringer was a prolific Canadian author and poet, best known for his works of fiction and his contributions to popular magazines of his time. Stringer's writings were widely read and admired...

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