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|Format: DRM Protected ePub|
Vendor: Thomas Nelson
Publication Date: 2007
Availability: In Stock
Includes three complete women's Christian faith-filled novels: "Fire Dancer" by Colleen Coble (2006); "When Crickets Cry" by Charles Martin (2006); and "Savannah From Savannah" by Denise Hildreth (2004). Hardbound book with perma-print cover, 5-3/4" x 8-1/2" x 1-1/2" in size. Exclusively from Lifeway Christian Stores. Nourish your soul! From the book's back cover: "Fire Dancer" by Colleen Coble: An invigorating, fast-paced suspense novel laced with romance. Tess Masterson's parents died in a terrible fire years ago. Now she's become one of the best smoke jumpers in the business and must track a serial arsonist before he strikes again. "When Crickets Cry" by Charles Martin: There are painful reasons why crickets cry . . . and there are miracles lying in wait. In a small town square of a sleepy Georgia town, a little girl sits at her lemonade stand, raising money for her own heart transplant. As a beat-up break truck careens around the corner, a man with a painful past looks up in time to see her yellow dress fluttering in the wind as she runs into the road. What happens next will change both of their lives forever. "Savannah from Savannah" by Denise Hildreth: Pit a strong-willed woman against her crazy, Southern, socialite mama and watch the sparks fly! After Savannah Phillips' mother - the city's most dramatic and diva-like citizen - fixes a contest in her daughter's favor, the humiliated Savannah decides to drop everything, including her literary dreams. Instead, returning to her namesake hometown, she attempts to prove herself to her mother, her city, and herself.