“No one should have to live with regrets. I understand about life going differently than we want it to. In a small way it’s as though I can feel his pain,” Penny admits in Rachel Fordham’s novel, Yours Truly, Thomas.
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This is an easy book to read but be prepared to devote a lot of time to it because you will often feel the urge to return to a previous chapter. There is so much wonderful information in The Women Who Met Jesus and there are so many sections that deserve a second reading. You may also find youself highlighting paragraphs and even full pages and the margins will probably also be filled with thoughts that you don't want to forget!
Author Dorothy Valcarcel devotes twenty chapters…
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“To state it succinctly: The life you live today will determine your life in eternity” Mark Hitchcock writes in his book, Heavenly Rewards: Living with Eternity in Sight.
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1933 Memphis and children and babies are being snatched from their parents by a cruel, money grubbing woman. Pure evil exists and continues with the help of a politician, judge and lawyer, all crooked. This is true history involving Georgia Tann and Memphis Tennessee Children’s Home Society. She has fooled many people into thinking she’s doing a great job of saving children from abuse and poverty at the hands of their parents. When actually she’s kidnapping or stealing children right from…Continue
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The Number of Love, book #1 in the Codebreakers, is set in mainly London 1917, during WWI. I instantly took a strong liking to the main female character, Margo. She was intelligent beyond measure, very opinionated with a wicked wit. She was the only woman in the field of code breaking the enemies messages. The rest of the women were secretaries. But the men respected her to the point of thinking of her as one of them. She had plans to further her education after the war with no plans for…Continue
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Amish Outsider by Marta Perry is the first novel in the River Haven series. Michael Forster and his daughter, Allie are returning to the Amish community where he grew up and left as a teenager. Michael’s wife, Diana was murdered eight months ago, and the police focused their investigation on him. He is hoping this will be a fresh start for the two…Continue
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The Number of Love by Roseanna M. White is the first novel in The Codebreakers series. Margot De Wilde works as a cryptographer in Room 40 in the Old Admiralty Building in London where she concentrates on breaking the enemy’s codes so they can decipher their intercepted communications. The Great War has been raging in Europe for the last three years…Continue
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This was a very unusual book, but in a good way. It started out a bit strange for me in that Tara fell instantly in love with “Andy” who came to supervise a roofing job for her home. He as well fell instantly in love with her but each kept it secret.
He arranged a “blind” date with her through mutual “friends”. Tara was shocked to learn her “Andy” was really Luke. He kept proposing, she kept turning him down.
Tara was lonely, her only family was her parents and they passed away…
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When you begin reading this book, please be aware that you will need to pause often so that you can wipe your eyes and if you're like me, you may experience a tightness in your chest during some of the described events. No, it wasn't a heart attack but it was an attack on my heart strings!
I was aware of Dietrich Bonhoeffer and his determination to keep the true gospel message alive during the nightmare of Adolf Hitler's evil regime but I didn't know about the deep love that he…
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'The numbers marched across the page in a glory all their own.'
Margot De Wilde has a mind that most of us can't really comprehend and it is amazing to see how she can analyze and solve mathematical problems. Knowing that she has been blessed with such mathematical genius prompts Margot to volunteer to help break the codes that are being used in German telegrams during WWI and she spends long hours in a secret room, Room 40.
The Number of Love…
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SECOND HALF of CHRIS FABRY INTERVIEW
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GIVEAWAY & CHRIS FABRY INTERVIEW
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