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Harper Collins, Aug 1, 1985 - Fiction - 448 pages
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Julie Wallace is just eighteen in 1934 when her father risks their life savings on a struggling newspaper and moves the family to a flood-prone Pennsylvania town.

It is here a young woman's convictions take firm root, as Julie finds herself taking sides when battle lines are drawn between desperate steelworkers and the mill owners who control their lives. And it is here where her heart and her loyalties are torn, divided between two special men. But when a devastating natural catastrophe becomes the ultimate test of courage and commitment, Julie's remarkable inner strength will come to the fore -- a strength born of faith and love.

And don't miss Catherine Marshall's beloved bestseller: Christy


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User Review  - Peter - Goodreads

Julie is a young woman learning about love and faith and service and conviction. The book had an interesting plot with historical ties. There was romance as well as adventure. I kept reading as I ... Read full review

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User Review  - Brenda - Goodreads

I loved this book! It was such a heartwarming story about an 18 year old girl and her family during the 1930's, who have just moved to Pennsylvania where her father has purchased a newspaper ... Read full review

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About the author (1985)

Born in Johnson City, Tennessee, the daughter of Minister John Ambrose Wood and his wife Leonora, Catherine Marshall was married to Presbyterian minister and Chaplain of the U.S. Senate Peter Marshall. After her husband's death, she wrote his biography, A Man Called Peter, a book that enjoyed tremendous success and became a major motion picture. She followed with numerous devotional books and three novels, two of which -- Christy and Julie -- became national bestsellers. Christy was also made into an extremely popular television series. Catherine Marshall died in 1983, but the popularity of her inspirational writings continues.

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