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A Hearth in Candlewood (#01 in Candlewood Trilogy Series)

Delia Parr
A Hearth in Candlewood (#01 in Candlewood Trilogy Series)
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A Hearth in Candlewood (#01 in Candlewood Trilogy Series)

Delia Parr

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The engaging village of Candlewood in 1840s New York provides a glimpse into the past that will inspire and uplift today's readers. Fifty-one-year-old Emma Garrett runs Hill House, a boarding house on a hill at the edge of town. Emma ministers to her guests, both the transient and those who call Hill House home. Gifted with an uncanny ability to see the unique strengths of her guests, Emma serves and challenges them with homespun wisdom and absolute faith in God. When eighty-year-old Widow Leonard shows up at Hill House to escape a heated land dispute between her two sons, Emma welcomes her and tries to help her heal the family feud. But tragedy soon hits closer to home when Emma's very ownership of Hill House is called into question!



- Publisher With genteel grace and quiet fortitude, Emma Garrett presides over Hill House, a stately boardinghouse in the canal village of Candlewood, New York. She finds her purpose in caring for her guests, ministering to them with a generous dose of wisdom and humor. But when a ???runaway grandma??? lands on her doorstep, Emma??'s need to fix every wrong places her in the midst of a family feud. Emma??'s concerns heighten when her attorney, Zachary Breckenwith, delivers life-changing news, leaving Emma reeling from the implications. With her future suddenly uncertain, Emma longs to restore the peace of Hill House???for her guests and within her own heart. FIND A WELCOME RETREAT IN CANDLEWOOD AS YOU EXPERIENCE THE BEAUTY, FRIENDSHIP, AND FAITH IN THE LIVES OF ITS QUAINT AND COLORFUL CHARACTERS.

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The engaging village of Candlewood in 1840s New York provides a glimpse into the past that will inspire and uplift today's readers. Fifty-one-year-old Emma Garrett runs Hill House, a boarding house on a hill at the edge of town. Emma ministers to her guests, both the transient and those who call Hill House home. Gifted with an uncanny ability to see the unique strengths of her guests, Emma serves and challenges them with homespun wisdom and absolute faith in God. When eighty-year-old Widow Leonard shows up at Hill House to escape a heated land dispute between her two sons, Emma welcomes her and tries to help her heal the family feud. But tragedy soon hits closer to home when Emma's very ownership of Hill House is called into question!


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With genteel grace and quiet fortitude, Emma Garrett presides over Hill House, a stately boardinghouse in the canal village of Candlewood, New York. She finds her purpose in caring for her guests, ministering to them with a generous dose of wisdom and humor. But when a ???runaway grandma??? lands on her doorstep, Emma??'s need to fix every wrong places her in the midst of a family feud. Emma??'s concerns heighten when her attorney, Zachary Breckenwith, delivers life-changing news, leaving Emma reeling from the implications. With her future suddenly uncertain, Emma longs to restore the peace of Hill House???for her guests and within her own heart. FIND A WELCOME RETREAT IN CANDLEWOOD AS YOU EXPERIENCE THE BEAUTY, FRIENDSHIP, AND FAITH IN THE LIVES OF ITS QUAINT AND COLORFUL CHARACTERS.
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Delia Parr

Delia Parr is the author of nine novels. She lives in southern New Jersey, where she teaches high school. ý

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5 stars By Ibu Guru, Mar 05 2015
Enjoyed this book a lot.  It has mystery to keep you engaged, has lovely characters and I look forward to finishing the series.
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3 stars By Barry, Mar 26 2013
I usually read mysteryactionpolitical thrillers by David Baldacci and John Grisham, but I found this to be a very pleasent book to read. It goes to the heart of being a "servant" and having a solid faith and trust in God that will see you through any situation. I liked the good use of humour throughout the book. I would have liked to see the ownership of Hill House resolved but I guess I will have to wait and read the other two books in the series to find out who the mystery owner is. Thanks.
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  • Catalogue Code 243432
  • Product Code 0764200860
  • EAN 9780764200861
  • Pages 320
  • Department General Books
  • Category Fiction
  • Sub-Category General
  • Publisher Baker Book House Fiction
  • Publication Date Aug 2006
  • Sales Rank #22631
  • Dimensions 212 x 139 x 22 mm
  • Weight 0.435kg

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