Angry Intruder (#03 in Christy Fiction Series)
Near the piano she saw him.He was tall and his face hidden in shadow.She could just make out the glimmer of a knife, poised high over the open piano."No!" she cried, and as the knife came down, she grabbed for...
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Near the piano she saw him.He was tall and his face hidden in shadow.She could just make out the glimmer of a knife, poised high over the open piano."No!" she cried, and as the knife came down, she grabbed for the intruder's arm with all her might.^Headstrong and independent, the new schoolteacher, Christy Huddleston, was determined to change the lives of the poor mountain children in Cutter Gap.Yet, it seemed that anything new and strange posed a threat to the mountain people, who were fiercely proud of their old way of life.Evidently, Christy has angered someone enough to cause a string of mysterious pranks.The handsome, young minister David Grantland feared the pranks would turn dangerous.Unfortunately, he didn't know how right his fears would be.
In her zeal to improve the lives of her students, Christy angers some of the highlanders in Cutter Gap and finds her classroom the target of increasing vandalism.
Catherine Marshall began her writing career as a single mother, after the untimely death of her husband in 1949. She went on to write more than 20 books. Catherine's greatest success was her 1967 novel, Christy, inspired by the story of her mother, which spawned a television series, a youth book series, and a made-for-television movie. Catherine Marshall passed away in March 1983. Her second novel, Julie, was posthumously published in 1984. She left her journals with her husband, who edited selections that were published in 1986 as A Closer Walk: Spiritual Discoveries from Her Journals. - Publisher.
- Christy's Fiction Series - Volume 3
- Total Pages 120