In Search of Eden

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Baker Publishing Group, Feb 1, 2007 - Fiction - 448 pages
18 Reviews
In a story about forgiveness and redemption, Miranda, a girl who has never been able to settle down, approaches her thirtieth birthday determined to reinvent her life, but she must first tie down one loose end, while Joseph North, the chief of police in Abingdon, Virginia, becomes suspicious of the new woman in town, and after checking further, he discovers a baby picture of his niece in her possession. Original. 35,000 first printing.

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User Review  - Nancy Cantrell -

I loved this book. It gives you insights into how people think and how difficult it is to lose a child. It also showed how helpful it is to learn about the backgrounds of people who seem to hurt you, as you might understand why they act the way they do. Read full review

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User Review  - kblinn - LibraryThing

I absolutely loved this book when I listened to the Recorded Books version. Eden Williams is a really bright eleven-year-old girl whose life falls apart when her father is seriously injured when his ... Read full review

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Linda Nichols is the author of Handyman, a romantic comedy published by Delacorte. A graduate of the University of Washington, Linda and her family make their home in Tacoma, Washington.

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