The book of hours

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Thomas Nelson Publishers, Mar 30, 2000 - Fiction - 321 pages
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Castle Priory is a crumbling Oxfordshire mansion, one Brian Blackstone's wife considered a place of extraordinary enchantment. But for Brian there is no enchantment, only the burden of trying to honor Sarah's dying wish that he hold onto the property.With the local doctor, Cecilia Keeble, Brian begins to explore the mysteries of the old estate. In the process he discovers a medieval secret which offers a key to renew his spirit and heal his broken heart. The power of prayer reaches through the centuries in a surprising and mysterious way...

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User Review  - Sheila Siler - Goodreads

T. Davis Bunn has been and continues to be one of my favorite authors. History mixed in with matters of faith but always shrouded with intrigue. I really enjoyed this one and look forward to reading more. Read full review

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User Review  - Dutch Rhudy - Goodreads

Loved everything about this book. The Knightsbridge setting and the season were perfect for this story. This is one of those books where the author draws the reader in and makes them feel they are ... Read full review

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T. Davis Bunn is the author of over nineteen national bestseT. Davis Bunn is the author of over nineteen national bestsellers, and his books have sold over six million copies in sillers, and his books have sold over six million copies in sixteen languages. The recipient of three Christy Awards, Bunnxteen languages. The recipient of three Christy Awards, Bunn currently serves as writer-in-residence at Oxford Universit currently serves as writer-in-residence at Oxford University. y.

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