Author & Speaker

Anne Ipsen is available for talks,
book signings, and meetings with book clubs.

Author & Speaker

Anne Ipsen is available for talks, book signings, and meetings with book clubs.

Abigail's Legacy

Continuing the story of At the Concord of the Rivers; set in seventeenth-century New England. Abigail, an accused witch, disappears without warning. Her departure brings upheavals to the lives of left-behind sixteen-year-old Bess and her half-Indian lover Paul. As their lives find a balance, Abigail's legacy comes full circle.

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  • Abigail's Legacy

    Abigail Walker disappears amid accusations of witchcraft, but she leaves her lover Paul and young friend Bess a legacy of independence from the Puritan constrictions of 17th-century Concord. Read More
  • At The Concord of the Rivers

    Abigail, a Harvard graduate student, drives from Concord intending to carry out research in Natick. She finds herself, not sixteen miles from home, but three hundred and sixty-six years in the past. Read More
  • Running Before the Prairie Wind

    Set in southwestern Minnesota in 1890, Running before the Prairie Wind tells of Karen and Peter Larsen’s struggle to retain their Good Life by dealing with suppressed memories. Read More
  • Karen from the Mill

    On a tall dune on the island of Fanø, the windmill stands watch and at its foot lies a red brick farmhouse. Here begins the tale of Karen Andersen, the miller's eldest child... Read More
  • Teenage Immigrant

    Anne Ipsen's latest memoir describes a six year period starting in 1946 with the departure of Anne and her parents from Denmark, first as visitors to the USA, then in 1948 as immigrants. Read More
  • A Child's Tapestry of War

    Anne Ipsen's memoir of her Danish childhood is bathed in the light of long summer evenings and the love of doting parents. But the evocative, artful strands that weave this story are interlaced... Read More
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