Originally published, New York , Lenox Hill Press, 1973.
|Statement||(by) K.R. Roberts.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||192|
The Witness Tree by Amy Pendino is a debut novel by a Minnesota author that I met at an opening of a neighborhood bookstore. The book appeals to me because it takes place in a rural setting in my home state of Iowa. I can easily identity with the utterly down to earth group of characters that populate the small town and surrounding countryside/5. Witness Tree is a splendid story that enriches our view of nature and ourselves." - David R. Montgomery and Anne Biklé, authors, THE HIDDEN HALF OF NATURE - David R. Montgomery and Anne Biklé, authors, THE HIDDEN HALF OF NATURE/5(12). Witness Tree is a splendid story that enriches our view of nature and ourselves.” – David R. Montgomery and Anne Biklé, authors, THE HIDDEN HALF OF NATURE, Twitter. The Witness Tree by Denise Weimer. This was a great book. It was a romance written within the history of the mission work among the Cherokee tribes in Georgia. Reviews:
The Witness Tree is the third installment in the highly rated series following the adventures of private detective Felix Herbert and his partner, ex-NOPD detective David Melancon, but it can also be read as a stand-alone novel/5(15). Lynda's book, Witness Tree, was published by Bloomsbury Publishing in and is now available in paperback via the University of Washington Press. Lynda also created a rich archive of posts on her Witness Tree Blog, detailing her discoveries as the book unfolded, and bringing readers along in her life as a journalist embedded at the Harvard Forest. "The Witness Tree" is a page-turner that is insightful, compelling and wonderfully well-written. CHRISTINE HUSOM, author of the Winnebago County Mysteries and the Snow Globe Shop Mysteries From the first paragraph I was captured by Amy Pendino's eloquent and descriptive writing style. The Witness Tree by Denise Weimer. This was a great book. It was a romance written within the history of the mission work among the Cherokee tribes in Georgia. It's one of those books you don't want to put s:
"The Witness Tree is a unique and engaging novel about the relationship between the creative and the practical sides of human beings and their spiritual and psychic connection with nature, so necessary to being balanced and whole in an increasingly complex world."-James A. Cox, The Bookwatch more/5(2). The Witness Tree is a page-turner that is insightful compelling and wonderfully well-written." -Barbara Deese author of the No Ordinary Women book club mysteries -Barbara Deese author of the No Ordinary Women book club mysteries. And Amy Pendino’s novel, The Witness Tree, is a soothing yet complex brew. The story is told through parallel narratives, one set in , and the other in present day Iowa that comes full circle. The prose is lush, poetic—no wasted s: Book & Blog | Social Media Project An Important Note about Visiting This Tree The Harvard Forest Witness Tree was chosen for this project specifically because it is not unusual. It is one of thousands of similarly picturesque, interesting, and ecologically valuable red oak trees at Harvard Forest.