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Thorndike Press, 2004 - Fiction - 359 pages
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Esther Branson is an aspiring news anchor whose rise to the top takes on a grave pallor when she takes a closer look at the stories she covers every day. Her fiance, a high-powered executive who helped fashion her career, thinks Esther's only goal should be to report the news. What of Jon Shepherd, a local schoolteacher who has come under fire for merely suggesting an alternative theory to evolution? When the school board rules that he has violated his contract, Jon must decide whether to resign quietly, never to teach again, or be thrust into a fiery court case. Both Esther and Jon are forced to make extraordinary decisions. Will they stand for the truth? Or be swept away in the tide of compromise ...

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Esther Branson is an aspiring broadcast news anchor, who is trying to sort out life. Her grandpa helps her find the truth. Jon Shephard is a local schoolteacher who has angered folks by suggesting an ... Read full review


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Laurel Oke Logan Laurel Oke Logan, daughter of Janette and Edward Oke, is the author of the bestselling Janette Oke: A Heart for the Prairie and In the Quiet of This Moment. Laurel, her husband, Marvin, and their four children live in Carmel, Indiana.

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