Heathersleigh Homecoming

Heathersleigh Homecoming

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Discarding Her Past Suddenly Meant

She Had Also Jeopardized Her Future





While war escalates on every side, twenty-one-year-old Amanda wages her own internal battles. Betrayed by those who masqueraded behind claims of love, she takes flight from the sinister world that had held her in its grip. None but her pursuers apprehend the value of the secrets she possesses. The success of England's war effort lies in the balance.



As the European powers descend into open warfare, unprecedented peril lurks at every hand. For the Rutherfords of Devonshire, the call to arms is an inescapable duty. But to commit a son to the conflict as well as a father represents a test of faith unlike anything they have faced.



Insulated by the surrounding Alps from the political and military storms raging across Europe, the residents of the Chalet of Hope offer refuge and respite to the weary and faint of spirit. But despite the tranquility of their alpine paradise, some troubling, yet unspoken emotion stirs in the heart of their young guest.
Publisher: Minneapolis, Minn. : Bethany House, c1999
ISBN: 9780764220456
0764220454
9780764222375
0764222376
Branch Call Number: Phi
Characteristics: 429 p. : ill., map ; 22 cm.

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Dec 23, 2014

This is how Michael Phillips writes his books. The addition of inspirational verses weaved into storylines makes me to stop and think, this is why we are here.

SCLOWATER Jul 16, 2012

If it wasn't for the "overuse" of religious beliefs at times, I would give this series 5 stars. Because other than that one issue, everything was highly enjoyable & there was plenty of mystery, suspence & history - I love history & Michael Phillips works a lot of it into this series.

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