In All Deep Places [NOOK Book]

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LUKE FOXBOURNE HAD TO SOLVE THE MYSTERY IN HIS OWN PAST TO CLAIM HIS FUTURE AS A MYSTERY NOVELIST

For bestselling mystery author Luke Foxbourne, an uncharacteristic bout of writer’s block is the least of his worries when his father’s stroke pulls him back to his hometown to run the family newspaper. Soon, Luke’s disturbing childhood memories of the house next door – and ...
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In All Deep Places

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Overview

LUKE FOXBOURNE HAD TO SOLVE THE MYSTERY IN HIS OWN PAST TO CLAIM HIS FUTURE AS A MYSTERY NOVELIST

For bestselling mystery author Luke Foxbourne, an uncharacteristic bout of writer’s block is the least of his worries when his father’s stroke pulls him back to his hometown to run the family newspaper. Soon, Luke’s disturbing childhood memories of the house next door – and Norah, the young girl who lived there – begin to resurface.

Norah was a blonde wisp of a girl who grew up beneath a perpetual cloud of misfortune. Luke’s childhood promise to protect her was an unrealistic one, as tragedy continued to strike in ways that caused him to question God’s goodness.

When Luke decides to tell their story, a soul-searching memoir ensues. But how will it end? Norah moved away years ago, taking with her any hope of closure for Luke. Determined to know the truth, Luke seeks her out to find the answers to this real-life mystery – a mystery solved in all deep places.

“Susan Meissner… is the consummate storyteller who writes with a passion that is felt by the reader both physically and emotionally.” – Andrea Sisco, “Armchair Interviews”
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940014522731
  • Publisher: Greenbrier Book Company
  • Publication date: 4/17/2012
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 414,509
  • File size: 656 KB

Meet the Author

Susan Meisner is the multi-published author of “The Shape of Mercy,” named one of the 100 Best Books in 2008 by Publishers Weekly and the ECPA’s Fiction Book of the Year. She is also a speaker and writing workshop leader with a background in community journalism, and is the leader/moderator of a local writer’s group, a pastor’s wife and the mother of four young adults.

When she’s not writing, Susan directs the Small Groups and Connection Ministries program at The Church at Rancho Bernardo in San Diego. She also enjoys teaching workshops on writing and dream-following, as well as spending time with her family, listening to or making music, reading great books, and traveling.

Susan says, “I write fiction for the restless reader. I love the power of story to plumb the depths of who we are and Whose we are.”
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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 26, 2006

    Deep, different, thought provokingly good...

    In All Deep Places is a poignant, heart-wrenching story of a gallant boy and a hapless girl, both driven by the unrealistic expectations of their youthful friendship. The title is apt, and Meissner has drawn deep from a well of emotion. Though much of the book deals with tragic events, it's not dark, but it is haunting¿a story that will remain in your heart. A book you can't read and remain the same.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 22, 2006

    Susan is a delightful writer.

    Susan Meissner¿s ¿In All Deep Places¿ is a tale within a tale. Luke Foxbourne, an award-winning mystery writer, hits writer¿s block and doesn¿t know why. Forced by his father¿s stroke to return to a hometown he¿s made every effort to forget, Luke realizes the secret to his dilemma lies in a past saturated with Norah, the girl who¿d lived next door. Luke sets his stalled novel aside to write another story. His own and Norah¿s. Meissner weaves a believable coming-of-age tale about a boy who senses his duty is to protect Norah and her brother from what appears to be a family curse. When tragedy and sorrow leave the adults in Norah¿s life bitter and broken, Luke and his tree house become her only refuge. In the process of assisting her, Luke confronts fear, disgust, hate, and first love. But ultimately he proves an inadequate savior, and when yet another tragedy rips at the fabric of her life, his own fear and frailty drive him to try to put Norah out of his life and mind forever. ¿In All Deep Places¿ doesn¿t offer easy answers, but like the outstretched branches on Luke¿s tree, it points heavenward to where the answers lie. Luke returns to face what he fled and, in rediscovering his true calling, finds his passion for words again. Meissner¿s use of symbolism and metaphor add depth and richness to a story-world where honestly flawed characters live, bleed, grow, and learn. With them we come to understand why we live with longing and always will this side of Heaven.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 21, 2006

    A heart-stirring story!

    Wow! Susan Meissner is not only a topnotch writer, she is a woman with a heart for God and a depth of spiritual understanding that few can rival. She writes in a way that enables readers to become the main characters, and she accomplishes this because she digs deep enough to find the commonality in all of us, that longing for something more, something better, something¿something that was lost in the Garden and can never be regained in this world. In All Deep Places speaks to us of that longing and reminds us that we are nothing more than homesick pilgrims. This is a book that births discontent with our lives, regardless of circumstances, and points us in the only direction that can ever dispel that discontentment. Thank you, Susan, for a story that woos our hearts in the telling¿.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 23, 2006

    Lovely! Compelling!

    Lyrically written, sensitively wrought, Susan Meissner¿s In All Deep Places captivated me from page one. Meissner¿s strength is displaying the inner emotional landscape of her characters, this time putting the reader in the head of a male protagonist. Woven in such a way that beckons instead of dictates, Meissner¿s message of redemption and heaven will stay with the reader long after she puts the book down.

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