Heartland

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Thomas Nelson, 2007 - Fiction - 391 pages
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When JayJay Hawkins leaves his ranch and climbs onto a bus, he falls asleep and wakes up on the set of a Hollywood studio. The studio, having just lost the drug-addicted, womanizing actor who has played the lead for 56 episodes, is thrilled he's there--he'll save the show, if only he can get a handle on this startling and bizarre world that, unaccountably, looks much like the world he just left.

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excellant story of good vs. evil and how to win

User Review  - papa - Christianbook.com

love the simple way the Lord was related to by those that knew Him to be the only answer to their needs and the needs of others. Read full review

User Review  - Sharon Rasmussen - Christianbook.com

Excellent read. I was confused as to what was going on but a good kind of confused, as in intrigued. I haven't finished the last 2 chapters yet but I know from what I have read that this is another one of David Bunn's winners. I don't think he can write a bad book. Read full review

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Davis Bunn is pseudonym used by T. Davis Bunn. Bunn was born in 1952 in North Carolina. He had a finance career that took him around the globe until his first novel, The Presence, was released in 1990. The book became a national bestseller. He has written under the names of Davis Bunn as well as Thomas Locke and Cameron Wolfe. Bunn is a much sought-after speaker for the art of writing and he serves as a Writer in Residence at Regent's Park College, Oxford University.

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