A Girl Like That

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Barbour Publishing, Apr 1, 2012 - Fiction - 176 pages
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Katie O’Shannon is excited to finally be in Chicago, working with her father in show business. And when she’s given the opportunity to perform on stage herself, she’s sure her dreams are coming true. But then God awakens her to the plight of the immigrants, and she realizes the spotlight may not bring her what she truly seeks.

 

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Frances L. Devine grew up in the great state of Texas, where she wrote her first story at the age of nine. She moved to Southwest Missouri more than twenty years ago and fell in love with the hills, the fall colors, and Silver Dollar City. Frances has always loved to read, especially cozy mysteries, and considers herself blessed to have the opportunity to write in her favorite genre. She is the mother of seven adult children and has fourteen wonderful grandchildren.

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