A Darkly Hidden Truth

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Lion Hudson PLC, Dec 1, 2011 - Fiction - 368 pages
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Felicity has decided to become a nun. She departs to visit convents in spite of her mother’s imminent arrival and Fr. Anselm’s request that she and Fr. Antony recover a missing priceless Russian icon before the Patriarch of Moscow arrives at the community for Holy Week.

Felicity’s discernment journey takes her to Rempstone, Norwich, London, and Walsingham but her discovery of a friend’s murdered body in a shallow grave, the disappearance of more icons, the shooting of a London art expert just after she visits him, the disappearance of Antony, and finally the abduction of Felicity and her mother teach her far more about motherhood, life and love than she could learn in any convent retreat.

Breathtaking chase scenes, mystical worship services, dashes through remote water-logged landscapes, the wisdom of ancient holy women, and the arcane rites of The Knights of St. John of Malta keep the pages turning. And will Felicity choose the veil - or Antony?

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User Review  - LongDogMom - LibraryThing

I was lucky enough to receive this book through Early Reviewers, but it took me a little while to get to it as I had some other books from the library that I needed to get through by a certain date ... Read full review

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User Review  - readerbynight - LibraryThing

This book begins with an interesting history, based on legend and fact about the Anchoress, Julian of Norwich, "enclosed" in c1375 AD at the Church of St. Julian the Hospitaller. From this prologue ... Read full review

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About the author (2011)

Donna Fletcher Crow is author of more than 35 Christian novels and a number of non-fiction works on spiritual themes. She is author of A Very Private Grave. She lives in Idaho.

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