By Barbara K. Richardson
(Torrey House Press, Paperback, 9781937226046, 352pp.)

Publication Date: September 11, 2012

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A courageous young woman flees polygamy in 1870's Utah, but finds herself drawn back to the landscapes that shaped her.

About the Author

Barbara Richardson’s debut novel, Guest House, launched the first literary Truck Stop Tour in the nation. In Tributary, she claims the land of her Mormon ancestors who settled the northern Salt Lake Valley. Richardson earned an MFA in poetry from Eastern Washington University.

Aside from writing, Barbara has renovated four houses, enjoyed Argentine tango, fallen in love with tai chi, helped can the West’s finest plum jam, adored conifers, and planted thousands of trees and shrubs for others. Barbara is also an avid environmentalist. She now writes and designs landscapes in the foothills of the Colorado Rockies.

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