The Book of Hours: Hardcover edition features newly revised content

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Thomas Nelson Inc, Jul 20, 2009 - Fiction - 320 pages
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Castle Priory is a crumbling Oxfordshire mansion, one Brian Blackstone's wife considered a place of extraordinary enchantment. But for Brian there is no enchantment, only the burden of trying to honor Sarah's dying wish that he hold onto the property.

With the local doctor, Cecilia Keeble, Brian begins to explore the mysteries of the old estate. In the process he discovers a medieval secret which offers a key to renew his spirit and heal his broken heart. The power of prayer reaches through the centuries in a surprising and mysterious way...


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User Review  - Annie Wojcicki - Goodreads

I've read this book quite a few times over the years and have really enjoyed it every time! I love small villages (as a child I grew up in the wilderness amongst 13 other families), and understand ... Read full review

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User Review  - Brian Campbell - Goodreads

Cute, sweet, sermonising, twee, far fetched in the extreme - less believable than Blyton's Famous Five - all these things. Read full review

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Davis Bunn is pseudonym used by T. Davis Bunn. Bunn was born in 1952 in North Carolina. He had a finance career that took him around the globe until his first novel, The Presence, was released in 1990. The book became a national bestseller. He has written under the names of Davis Bunn as well as Thomas Locke and Cameron Wolfe. Bunn is a much sought-after speaker for the art of writing and he serves as a Writer in Residence at Regent's Park College, Oxford University.

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