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The two stories were published one chapter each day for one month, and ran in 57 major newspapers. Garlock is also a member of the Romance Writers Hall of Fame.


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Garlock donated many of her manuscripts and other unpublished writings to the University of Iowa libraries. She and her husband, Herb Garlock Sr. They have a son and daughter and several grandsons. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

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Weed of the Wabash River Valley; a featherweight champion who meets his equal in a graveyard—these are a few who live with phantasmagorical vividness in the pages of Miss MacIntosh, My Darling. Is the calendar of the human heart the same as that kept by the earth? Is it possible that one may live a secondary life of which one does not know?

In every aspect, Miss MacIntosh, My Darling stands by itself—in the lyric beauty of its prose, its imaginative vitality and cumulative emotional power.