Treasure of Stonewycke

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Bethany House, 1988 - Fiction - 398 pages
4 Reviews
After Allison and Logan Macintyre escape from France and restore their marriage they discover the true meaning of commitment to one another. However, the passing away of Lady Joanna marks the beginning of new discoveries that promise to reshape their lives. Will Allison and Logan lose the true legacy that is rightfully theirs?

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Review: Treasure of Stonewycke (The Stonewycke Legacy #3)

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All I could ask for in a book of fiction. The entire series is fabulous and this is a fitting ending. I can't imagine how it could have been any better, and I highly recommend the series to anyone who enjoys historical fiction. Read full review

Review: Treasure of Stonewycke (The Stonewycke Legacy #3)

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All I could ask for in a book of fiction. The entire series is fabulous and this is a fitting ending. I can't imagine how it could have been any better, and I highly recommend the series to anyone who enjoys historical fiction. Read full review

Contents

Introduction
9
Mourners
11
Hilary Edwards
16
Copyright

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About the author (1988)

Michael Phillips, one of the premier Christian novelists of this generation, has written four dozen novels (including THE SECRETS OF HEATHERSLEIGH HALL) with sales over five million copies. He also is the man responsible for introducing Victorian novelist George MacDonald to new readers around the world. Michael and his wife, Judy, live in Eureka, California.

Judith Pella has a BA degree in social science. She was a registered nurse and worked as an instructional teacher's aide. She primarily writes Christian historical fiction. Her works include The Journals of Corrie Bell Holister series, The Stonewycke Trilogy, Daughters of Fortune series, and Patchwork Circle series.

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