The 4th Commandment

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Renders Wellness, Jan 1, 2002 - Fiction - 251 pages
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Meet Lucien Landers, a tall handsome and talented Flemish artist, whose rebellion and wanderlust set him on the path of adventure and isolation through the Canadian wilderness. He experiences many struggles and obstacles on his journey, but none prepare him for the greatest of challenges - his confrontation with pure evil that forces Lucien to fight for his very survival. The lessons of life - love, anger, hate, tears and triumph are bared in Lucien's story and will remain with you long after you put the book away.

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About the author (2002)

Terry Wrenn was born in Pittsburgh, PA, but grew up in Philadelphia where her family settled in the mid-forties. While Terry always aspired to be a writer, priorities such as education, marriage and motherhood claimed her attention and energies - until this her first novel, that is!

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