Chamomile Winter

Chamomile Winter

by Anne Bradshaw
     
 
In this sequel to Terracotta Summer there is excitement, mystery, romance and triumph. Ken O�Shea struggles with yet another difficult missionary companion, this time in Southport, England; Patrick plunges head-first into deeper waters than he can handle; and Ruth returns to England, turning up where she�s least expected, grappling with twisting events she

Overview

In this sequel to Terracotta Summer there is excitement, mystery, romance and triumph. Ken O�Shea struggles with yet another difficult missionary companion, this time in Southport, England; Patrick plunges head-first into deeper waters than he can handle; and Ruth returns to England, turning up where she�s least expected, grappling with twisting events she could never have imagined possible.

Following many requests for a sequel to Terracotta Summer, Anne Bradshaw has surpassed expectations with this touching and satisfying novel, Chamomile Winter. Readers will be drawn into the story immediately, and as absorbing plots unfold will want to keep going to the end. Bradshaw�s success as a writer stems from her ability to create unforgettable characters who use accurate British dialogue and keep the story moving, developing intrigue and suspense mingled with poignant humor.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781555175580
Publisher:
Cedar Fort, Incorporated/CFI Distribution
Publication date:
12/28/2001
Series:
Joy to the Lands
Pages:
203
Product dimensions:
4.52(w) x 10.12(h) x 0.52(d)

What People are saying about this

Tom Roulstone
Anne Bradshaw's Chamomile Winter is an unqualified success as a novel for the LDS community and beyond. It has it all: adventure, romance, and intrigue. Above all Chamomile Winter exemplifies the power of the restored gospel of Jesus Christ to heal wounded souls and unite splintered families. I read it at one sitting, as I'm sure many others will; it's hard to put down.
—(Tom Roulstone, Author of One Against the Wilderness)
Sharon Downing Jarvis
Chamomile Winter continues the story of the likeable O�Shea family of Terracotta Summer, from the warm-hearted but hot-headed young Patrick, out of his depth in his association with an IRA faction in Northern Ireland, to the steady but trouble-prone Ken, a building missionary in Scotland, and the lovely but haunted Ruth, who must gather the courage to face down her oldest and deepest fears. Anne Bradshaw has infused her characters with life, their dialogue with delightful authenticity, and their struggles with meaning in this engaging LDS novel that should appeal to all ages.
—(Sharon Downing Jarvis, Author of The Healing Place)
Chris Crowe
Bradshaw displays her keen awareness of the sights and sounds of her native UK in this suspenseful romance. Readers will come to care about the lives of Patrick, Ken, and Ruth O'Shea as they struggle to overcome challenges presented by the IRA, missionary service, and past abuse. The conflicts are realistic and the resolution ultimately satisfying, and readers who enjoyed Bradshaw's earlier Terracotta Summer are sure to love this sequel.
—( Chris Crowe Professor of English Brigham Young University Author of Fatherhood, Football & Turning Forty)

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