Faith's Portrait

Faith's Portrait

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by Jude Liebermann
     
 

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The old house called to Claire, and then she found the portrait in the attic. She discovered Faith had died tragically many decades earlier, and that her fate was intertwined with a man whom Claire felt a strange connection. She wanted to know more about what happened to Faith and Noah.
Then one night Claire touched the portrait and found herself propelled into… See more details below

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The old house called to Claire, and then she found the portrait in the attic. She discovered Faith had died tragically many decades earlier, and that her fate was intertwined with a man whom Claire felt a strange connection. She wanted to know more about what happened to Faith and Noah.
Then one night Claire touched the portrait and found herself propelled into the past. Could she right the wrongs that had been done, and could she also set things right in her own life?

Editorial Reviews

http://bookreviewsbycrystal.blogspot.com/2008/07/faiths-portrait-by-jude-lieberman.html - Crystal Adkins
I loved absolutely everything about Faith’s Portrait. The drama, the heart, raw emotion and just the soulfulness that Ms. Lieberman puts into her characters is so enchanting! I had to read this book in one sitting…much like the painting I was compelled and enthralled unable to stop, Liebermann has a definite winner here. 5 Hearts
gottawritenetwork.com - Jeannine D. Van Eperen
[Jude's] detail to life in the depression era help make the story believable. Claire, being in Faith's body, and with her more modern thinking, causes some waves, and her parents just do not understand her anymore. Though the story has some tragic parts, it is not a dark story, there are moments of humor, too. There are definitely good guys and bad guys. Can someone from the present go back and change the future? To find out, read the book. I'm sure you'll all be surprised by the ending. I was.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940012186379
Publisher:
Lee Books
Publication date:
03/11/2011
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Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
213
File size:
0 MB

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