Sacrifice the One

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Urban Books, Apr 1, 2007 - Fiction - 327 pages
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When Robert Armstrong's beloved wife dies giving birth to their daughter, Seta, he's furious with God, and with the child who he blames for Rose's death. Renouncing them both, Robert sends Seta to live with her grandparents, and as Seta grows to womanhood, she travels down a destructive path that will test the family's foundation of faith.

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This was a good Christian Fiction book and Iwould recommend this book for reading. The characters were so real and alive it felt like I was apart of the story. This book captioned my emotions and so may ways. But I am gla at the end of the day a stormy life can have Sunshine in the end. Read full review


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Monica P. Carter is now a full-time freelance writer and motivational speaker. She writes a weekly newspaper column, which has won several awards, and she lives in Shreveport, Louisiana.

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