The Book of Hours

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Thomas Nelson Publishers, 2000 - Fiction - 324 pages
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Brian thought he had no future. Now he has the chance to start over, if he can solve the mysteries of the past found inside Castle Keep. After his wife's death, Brian Blackstone's days and hours had become a meaningless blur. He finally wills himself to go to the English village of Knightsbridge to confront the inheritance he doesn't want to claim. His wife had insisted that Castle Keep was a place of enchantment, and urged him to hold on to the crumbling property. Impoverished and alone, Brian feels only the despair of trying to honor her dying wish. Then a mysterious letter sends Brian on a search to find the secrets of the ancient estate. And the local doctor, Cecilia Lyons, soon becomes an ally in the fight to save Castle Keep before it can be auctioned off. Before he comes to the end of his quest, Brian will unearth the crumbling English manor's secrets as well as find his own life in jeopardy. But it is Brian's internal quest that proves the most dificult as he desperately searches for renewal and healing. --From publisher's description.

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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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Thomas Davis Bunn grew up in North Carolina. He became an international financial expert and worked in Europe, Africa and the Middle East. Bunn is writer of historical fiction and legal thrillers, in which Christian faith plays a big part. He has written novels together with Canadian author Janette Oke, and others with his wife Isabella. Bunn has recently begun publishing using the name Davis Bunn. Bunn has also used the pseudonym Thomas Locke. He won a Christy Award three times T. Davis Bunn is a Christian writer who won the ECPA Gold Medallion Book Award for Fiction for Tidings of Comfort and Joy (1998). He has also collaborated with Janette Oke on works, including Another Homecoming, which also won the ECPA Gold Medallion Book Award for Fiction, and Return to Harmony. His works include Falconer's Quest, Full Circle, All Through the Night, and Gold of Kings.

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