Blessed Are the Merciful

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Thorndike Press, May 1, 2000 - Fiction - 395 pages
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Good, clean fiction: fiction that appeals to all ages, and is appropriate for all ages to read. Dealing with modern life and all its issues in the context of Christian morality, its editorial focus is well-written, compelling, and entertaining fiction with a moral message.

Adam Burke is a young, successful Philadelphia lawyer. Then, following the traumatic breakup of his engagement, he accidentally kills a woman with his horse and carriage. Adam runs away to begin a new life in Nebraska, and his heartbreaking memories begin to fade -- especially after he places an ad for a mail order bride. But Rachel Mason's arrival brings complications Adam didn't bargain for. Can he and Rachel find forgiveness for a seemingly unpardonable sin? Are they willing to shed their bitterness and renew their love ... before their lives are destroyed?

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Section 1
7
Section 2
10
Section 3
25
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Best-selling author Al Lacy has written over one hundred historical and western novels, including the Angel of Mercy, Battles of Destiny, and Journeys of the Stranger series with more than 2.5 million books in print.
JoAnna Lacy is Al's wife and longtime collaborator, and the coauthor of A Place to Call Home, Dreams of Gold, Frontier Doctor, Orphan Trains, Mail Order Bride, Shadow of Liberty, and Hannah of Fort Bridger series. The Lacys make their home in the Colorado Rockies.

Al Lacy has written more than one hundred historical and western novels, including those in the Angel of Mercy, Battles of Destiny, and Journeys of the Stranger series. He and his wife, JoAnna, are coauthors of the Mail Order Bride, Hannah of Fort Bridger, Shadow of Liberty, Orphan Trains, Frontier Doctor, and Dreams of Gold series. The Lacys make their home in the Colorado Rockies.

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