Though Mountains Fall

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Thorndike Press, 2013 - Fiction - 461 pages
58 Reviews
Amish pacifism is sorely tested in the Paradise Valley settlement in the 1920s. When an army of bandits descends on them, the Amish are saved by government troops who prove as cruel as the bandits themselves. Then a bishop travels to Mexico, and Caleb's daughters are finally able to marry-- though the ban still looms for Miriam. As Caleb's hope of peace and freedom in Mexico slips away, he ponders: In times of trouble, on whom should we rely?

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I LOVE Dale Cramer's writing. - Goodreads
Not sure I liked the ending. - Goodreads
The ending was a great surprise! - Goodreads
I did not expect the ending I got, however. - Goodreads

Review: Though Mountains Fall (Daughters of Caleb Bender #3)

User Review  - Glmomich - Goodreads

Wasn't the ending I was hoping for but it was a good ending. These 3 books had everything in it; love, tragedy, confrontation, life lessons, suspense and thrills. Read full review

Review: Though Mountains Fall (Daughters of Caleb Bender #3)

User Review  - Karen Carmody - Goodreads

This series was a little rougher than what I usually read but I enjoyed it, knowing it was based on a true story. There are several very sad parts to this story but that is the way real life is. Read full review

About the author (2013)

Dale W. Cramer is a husband, father, jack-of-all-trades, and author of the highly acclaimed novels Sutter's Cross and Bad Ground as well as several published works of short fiction. He and his wife and two sons make their home in northern Georgia.

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