A Girl to Come Home To

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Simon and Schuster, Sep 1, 2005 - Fiction - 352 pages
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Born in 1865, Grace Livingston Hill was a pioneer in writing Inspirational Romance. Her sweeping, epic love stories driven by spiritual values have provided a template that has been followed by countless other authors. In this suspenseful tale, a well-mannered officer returns home from the war to see his plans for marriage demolished as his intended weds another man. Caught up in a desperate espionage plot, he receives help from a gentle young woman with whom he shares his faith as well as his life. Repackaged in an elegant, keepsake style, this book captures the eye of a new generation of readers. Look for Hill's timeless writing to launch renewed interest in this master of the genre.
 

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Contents

Section 1
1
Section 2
24
Section 3
38
Section 4
54
Section 5
63
Section 6
75
Section 7
95
Section 8
126
Section 11
220
Section 12
233
Section 13
250
Section 14
265
Section 15
283
Section 16
297
Section 17
306
Section 18
318

Section 9
143
Section 10
180
Section 19
350
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There are few writers that have been able to combine such a strong passion for God and a wonderful ability to decorate the written page with an endless supply of beautiful texts as has Grace Livingston Hill. Known as the pioneer of Inspirational Romance, Grace was born in 1865. Her first book, The Chautauqau Idyl, was published when she was a teenager. Grace went on to write more than one hundred books before her death in 1947.

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