Sister Aimee: The Life of Aimee Semple McPherson

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Harcourt Brace, 1994 - Biography & Autobiography - 475 pages
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Sister Aimee was a scamp in school, a young widow in China, and a neurotic housewife in Rhode Island, but when the Lord spoke to her, she accepted her ministry and began preaching. This book “fills a significant gap in the history of revivalism” (New York Times Book Review). Photographs.

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User Review  - Kathi Jackson - Goodreads

This author writes as if he's talking to the reader. The book was a very good read. I'd always heard of Sister Aimee but knew nothing about her. I don't know how she kept going with all she was involved in. Read full review

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User Review  - Ryan Adair - Goodreads

This was a very moving story of the subject's life. From very powerful beginnings to a tragic ending, the author does a good job laying out the facts of Aimee's life without adding too much bias. Well ... Read full review

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About the author (1994)

Daniel Mark Epstein is an award-winning essayist, poet, playwright, translator, biographer, and musician. He's won the Prix de Rome, received a Guggenheim Fellowship, and been anthologized in several collections of essays and poetry. His books include biographies of Aimee Semple McPherson and Nat King Cole, and seven volumes of poetry. He lives in Baltimore, Maryland.

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