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A Flickering Light
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She took exquisite photographs, but her heart was the true image exposed.
Fifteen-year-old Jessie Ann Gaebele loves nothing more than capturing a gorgeous Minnesota landscape when the sunlight casts its most mesmerizing shadows. So when F.J. Bauer hires her in 1907 to assist in his studio and darkroom, her dreams for a career in photography appear to find root in reality.
With the infamous hazards of the explosive powder used for lighting and the toxic darkroom chemicals, photography is considered a mans profession. Yet Jessie shows remarkable talent in both the artistry and business of running a studio. She proves less skillful, however, at managing her growing attraction to the very married Mr. Bauer.
This luminous coming-of-age tale deftly exposes the intricate shadows that play across every dream worth pursuingand the irresistible light that beckons the dreamer on.
"Historical novelist Kirkpatrick (A Tendering in the Storm) is exceptionally authentic in her use of early 20th-century history... The period detaildangerous chemicals used in photography, debilitating and frequent illnesses, the routine constraints on women's choicesoffers a compelling portrait of the time. Kirkpatrick deserves a wide audience for this coming-of-age tale that is aching and hopeful." -Publishers Weekly
A Flickering Light by Jane Kirkpatrick was published by Waterbrook Press in April 2009 and is our 50123rd best seller. The ISBN for A Flickering Light is 9781578569809.
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Details for A Flickering Light
|Page last updated||25th February 2017|
|Author / Artist||Jane Kirkpatrick|
|Publisher||Waterbrook Press (April 2009)|
|Number of Pages||400|