Hannah, Delivered: A Novel

Hannah, Delivered tells the story of how inexplicable passion, buried strength, and professional skill deliver one woman from fear into a rich and risk-filled life.

Nothing is more important than how we are born. And this engrossing novel takes you right into the heart and soul of this primal experience at the heart of our lives.

Christiane Northrup, M.D., author of the New York Times bestseller, Women’s Bodies, Women’s Wisdom

Unflinchingly honest, a gripping novel that explores the emotional and spiritual dimensions of natural birth.

Jennifer Margulis, author of The Business of Baby

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Gold medalist for regional fiction, Independent Publisher Regional & Ebook Awards

Hannah, Delivered delivers the goods.  Compelling, controversial, thought provoking and beautifully written, I could not put it down.

Patricia Harman, author of The Midwife of Hope River, The Blue Cotton Gown: A Midwife’s Memoir, and Arms Wide Open: A Midwife’s Journey

Hannah, Delivered documents Hannah’s trajectory from midwife wanna-be to solo practitioner with grace, veracity, heart, and passion.

Peggy Vincent, author of Baby Catcher:  Chronicles of a Modern Midwife

This novel is delicious to read, from start to finish—a wonderful addition to the literature about midwifery and birth.

Suzanne Arms, author of Immaculate Deception and Founder-Director of Birthing The Future ®

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Late one night in a busy St. Paul hospital, a nurse midwife drags Hannah Larson out from behind her reception desk to assist with a birth.  When Hannah witnesses that baby tumble into the world, her secure, conventional life gets upended by a fierce desire to deliver babies.  So begins Hannah’s journey away from her comfort zone. In a midwifery apprenticeship in New Mexico, she befriends a male midwife, defends a teenage mom, and learns to trust women’s bodies, then moves back to Minnesota to start her own illicit birth practice.  Hannah’s need to stay safe proves both an asset and a liability: homebirth isn’t legal in Minnesota in the 1990’s; to deliver healthy babies, Hannah risks jail time, her community’s respect, and her career.  The key to unlocking her fear rests in one birth—her own.