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Stranger in a Strange Land
     

Stranger in a Strange Land

by Barbara Cook
 
It’s 1955 and shy, 28-year-old Magdalene Andrews is on a journey of self-discovery that binds her to the troubled people in the rural Indiana village where her husband serves as the minister. Her emotional strength develops through the suicide of an abused girl she tries to help, and her husband’s self doubts about his vocation.

Overview

It’s 1955 and shy, 28-year-old Magdalene Andrews is on a journey of self-discovery that binds her to the troubled people in the rural Indiana village where her husband serves as the minister. Her emotional strength develops through the suicide of an abused girl she tries to help, and her husband’s self doubts about his vocation.

Product Details

BN ID:
2940014396219
Publisher:
Barbara Cook
Publication date:
05/06/2012
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
290 KB

Meet the Author

Barbara Cranham Cook is the author of three novels--RANSOMED FROM THE FALL, THE GIRLS IN THE MELODY BAR and STRANGER IN A STRANGE LAND. The editor of an aviation trade magazine,she takes her novel writing inspiration from the circumstances that surround men and women in time periods ranging from Colonial America to the Vietnam War. Her heroes are the survivors who face difficult situations and work through them despite the risk to their own lives and personal circumstances

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