All Things New - Miracles of Marble Cove - Book 20
Come to a place known for flip-flops, lobster pots, and porch swings. It’s a place to relax, a place to relax, a place feel at home. Take a walk along the rocky coastline, and gaze out at the boats bringing in their daily catch. Meet four different yet unforgettable friends who are mysteriously drawn together by events too amazing to be coincidence. Follow their miraculous adventures as they face life’s challenges, hold each other up in faith, and experience God’s amazing grace.Book Description
All Things New – Book 20
As fresh snow and a new year arrive in Marble Cove, Beverly steps into her role as the town’s mayor. When a large news paper interviews Beverly about her victory, a figure from her past seeks an appointment with her. What will this visit mean for her newfound peace and purpose? Meanwhile, Diane’s latest novel takes a backseat when she finds herself writing about her experiences with cancer and discovers that her words have more power than she’d thought. Shelley’s mother makes a rare surprise visit, but her misguided efforts to make up for past failings threaten to shatter Shelley’s family. And Margaret is stunned when Allen is suddenly hospitalized. Will her efforts to bolster his health drive them apart or bring them closer than ever?
The friends’ campaign to save the historic train station from demolition receives a boost from an unexpected source, but will the clue they uncover open the doors to finding the elusive former station master?About the Author
Pam Hanson and Barbara Andrews are a daughter-mother writing team. They have has nearly forty books published together, including many for Guideposts. Pam’s background is in journalism. She and her college professor husband have two sons. Reading is her favorite pastime, and she and her husband enjoy volunteer activities as their church. Pam writes about family and faith at http://pamhanson.blogspot.com. Previous to their partnership, Barbara had more than twenty novels published under her own name. She began her career writing Sunday-school stories and contributing to antiques publications. Currently she writes a column and articles about collectible postcards. She is the mother of four and the grandmother of eight.Book Details
Author: Pam Hanson & Barbara Andrews
Page Count: 256 pages