Twenty-five years ago three friends grew from girls to women on the sandy shores of Hubbard's Point, Connecticut, forging a bond they swore would last always. Then time and distance drew them apart--and one was lost forever. Now her nine-year-old daughter has returned to the Point with her widowed father.
Pray more without changing your job description by creatively weaving prayer through your daily life.
This was a very useful book. A large group of us studied it together but the group was too large for suitable discussion. I wish I could go through it again with just a few women.
Adopted heir Timothy Kinnit refuses to marry his beloved Julia until he learns the truth about his parentage. But when Albert Campion traces the roots of young Timothy's family tree, he finds them buried in a century-old scandal involving a jilted nanny and a rather nasty murder. When another tragic death occurs, a sinister Victorian blood legacy suddenly threatens the lives fo the two young lovers...and Campion's to boot!
Paul Lewis is president of Family University and founder of its College of Fathering--Dads University. He speaks nationally to the media and to audiences in church, corporate and community settings about fathering and family stregths.
Another great Allingham book. It's amazing how she keeps you guessing "who done it." I couldn't put it down.
"Nasty pranks were being played on dancer Jimmy Sutane, star of London's Argosy Theatre. They began backstage as tuppenny-ha'penny squirts of malice. They became a pound's worth of trouble when they spread to the Sutanes' country estate. Someone wanted Jimmy's famous feet to tap their final performance."