A Place To Belong

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Barbour Publishing, Apr 1, 2012 - Fiction - 176 pages
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Maggie hates Garrett Lucas, despises her father, and is running from God. Stong-willed Magdelena Intissar has a temper that matches her auburn hair. She always gets her own way, and she is not about to let Garrett Lucas drag her away from her childhood home to rejoin the father who deserted her when she was eight years old. After failing to sneak down a rose trellis at her Topeka home, Maggie boards a westbound train with Garrett. Feigning cooperation but bent on escape, late one night, she slips off the train and starts walking east across the prairie. The risk of death is preferable to facing her father and her painful memories. But Garrett--and God--have other plans.
 

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Contents

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Section 2
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About the author (2012)

Tracie Peterson, bestselling, award-winning author of over ninety fiction titles and three non-fiction books, lives and writes in Belgrade, Montana. As a Christian, wife, mother, writer, editor and speaker (in that order), Tracie finds her slate quite full.

Published in magazines and Sunday school take home papers, as well as a columnist for a Christian newspaper, Tracie now focuses her attention on novels. After signing her first contract with Barbour Publishing in 1992, her novel, A Place To Belong, appeared in 1993 and the rest is history. She has over twenty-six titles with Heartsong Presents’ book club (many of which have been repackaged) and stories in six separate anthologies from Barbour. From Bethany House Publishing, Tracie has multiple historical three-book series as well as many stand-alone contemporary women’s fiction stories and two non-fiction titles. Other titles include two historical series co-written with Judith Pella, one historical series co-written with James Scott Bell, and multiple historical series co-written with Judith Miller.

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