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  • She was shocked to find that her hometown was considered — in the 1920s, at least — Seattle's jazzy sister, that Teddy Roosevelt and Charles Lindbergh and Ethel Barrymore had happily come by rail, that Calvin Coolidge and Douglas Fairbanks and Amelia Earhart and, yes, Thomas Wolfe, looked forward to a night at the Davenport as an outpost between the deep forest and the desert scablands.

    Land of the Blind

  • For a time I walked without thought, listening to Clove's hooves thud dully on the deep forest soil as he trailed after me.

    Renegade's Magic

  • Inside it was a snappy white and deep forest green, like a modern Mahoney’s Donuts, with hot bagels in wire baskets and an optimistic Pik-a-number dispenser.

    Isabel’s Bed

  • Among butterflies, the shade-loving species of the deep forest became rare, some disappearing altogether.

    The Song of The Dodo

  • There was no hint of sun in the inky murk of the deep forest as Calarran set out, and yet it was as hot as a normal summer at midday.

    Father Swarat


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