The Stuff of Love: Joined by Love for Orphans Four Couples Find Romance During World War II

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Barbour Pub., 2004 - Fiction - 346 pages
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In four interwoven novellas set in 1941, an American OSS officer enlists a mother and daughter in America and two of their relatives in Europe to carry out a clever plan. They sew dolls for the children of the war-torn continent. . .but add a life-saving twist: Hidden in each doll are the funds and documents necessary to smuggle children away from certain death. A plan as simple and dangerous as this requires cooperation and trust. Whom can these Christians rely upon? As they labor, each finds a special helper to whom they bond in heart and soul while completing their important task.

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Contents

Section 1
9
Section 2
20
Section 3
29
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The Southern California mother/daughter team of Cathy Marie Hake and Kelly Eileen Hake team their writing and research skills with authors Sally Laity and Dianna Crawford of northern California.

Dianna Crawford teams up with three other authors to create this fresh romance collection.

The Southern California mother/daughter team of Cathy Marie Hake and Kelly Eileen Hake team their writing and research skills with authors Sally Laity and Dianna Crawford of northern California.

Sally Laity teams up with three other authors to create this fresh romance collection.

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