Asylum

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Moody Publishers, 2004 - Fiction - 278 pages
Captivating tale of a neglected boy looking for refugeTen-year-old Ian's parents are killed in a fire that Ian fears may have been his fault. Afraid of being arrested, he runs away and ducks into the first open door he sees. His hideout turns out to be a struggling inner-city church, and Ian is intrigued by the lives of his unwitting hosts. Meanwhile, Ian's aunt is horrified to discover that his parents' deaths were not an accident, and that their murderer is looking for Ian.

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Well I how ever think it's a really good book I wish there was more out there like this one.

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This book was awful. I wish I could find more Christian fiction that isn't. Alas, have to move on from here. Read full review

About the author (2004)

SHORT BIO:
NAN CORBITT ALLEN is a writer and musician who has published more than eighty dramatic musicals, sketchbooks, and collections--most written in collaboration with her husband, Dennis. A multiple Dove Award nominee, Nan speaks nationally at conferences and seminars. The Allens have two sons and live in Tennessee.
c.2004

LONGER BIO:
NAN CORBITT ALLEN is a writer and musician with over 80 published dramatic musicals, sketch books, and collections to her credit. A multiple Dove Award nominee, Nan’s lyrics and dramas have been performed all over the U.S. and the world. She leads seminars on writing and has taught at women’s and marriage conferences. Nan is a member of the American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers (ASCAP) and the Gospel Music Association (GMA). Most of her works were done in collaboration with her husband, Dennis. The couple has two sons and live in Tennessee.
5/03

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