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Some books make us laugh, cry, scream or jump with joy. Nothing to Tell did something greater. Not often do we find a book that touches a part of our souls. I grew up in Montana on a cattle ranch, and this book took me back to being six years old, running through alfalfa fields, climbing trees, making apple cider, and eating strawberries and carrots right out of my grandparent’s garden. This type of freedom is slowly being lost in history. It was bitter sweet being taken back to those memories. This book reminded me how completely free I felt as a child and how lucky I was to live the life similar to the stories these women describe in Nothing to Tell: Extraordinary Stories of Montana Ranch Women.