Old Familiar Places

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Bethany House Publishers, 1996 - Fiction - 287 pages
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In post World War II Louisiana, One American family faces enemies on the homefront that are as real and dangerous as those encountered on the battlefield. Jessie Temple attempts to break into rock and roll, but finds herself on a singing church tour with a young evangelist. Meanwhile, Lane Temple's daughter is striken with leukemia, and together they discover the courage to overcome the fear that is always lurking in the shadows.

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Contents

Prologue
9
Part One The Appointed Hour
13
Sharon
15
Copyright

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Funderburk is married with one daughter.

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