A New Dawn Over Devon

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Bethany House Publishers, 2001 - Fiction - 444 pages
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Amanda Rutherford's homecoming is complicated by thoughts of her future, but as she and her family wonder what God's plans are for them, He reveals His direction in unexpected ways, and all the secrets and mysteries of Heathersleigh Hall come to light.

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User Review  - apachurch - LibraryThing

Amanda Rutherford, having returned to her family home in Devonshire in the wake of World War I, draws closer to God while struggling to deal with the heartbreaks of the past, and her quest is aided by the discovery of the long-held secret of Heathersleigh Hall. Read full review

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User Review  - dolcejen - LibraryThing

I really enjoyed this whole series. Michael Phillips' emphasis on the love and goodness of God has been immensely encouraging to me. Read full review


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Michael Phillips is a farmer, writer, carpenter, orchard consultant, and speaker who lives with his wife, Nancy, and daughter, Grace, on Heartsong Farm in northern new Hampshire, where they grow apples and a variety of medicinal herbs. Michael authored The Apple Grower and teamed up with Nancy to write The Herbalist's Way. His Lost Nation Orchard is part of a diversified mountain farm in northern New Hampshire, and he also leads the community orchard movement at www.GrowOrganicApples.com.

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