The River Caught Sunlight

The River Caught Sunlight

Book - 2014
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Sometimes a person has to leave home, even if that home is the most marvelous place she's ever lived, even if her mother will be diagnosed with terminal cancer, and her beloved farmer, a man she's loved for years asks her to marry him. Janice Westfahl feels called to publicize Godspeed Books, a small evangelical publisher outside Chicago, a good thousand miles away from upstate New York. The job fits her, a woman who loves God and books.But Janice finds herself working with Jeremiah Sackfield, a radical right-wing activist, who toys with revolution. Even though she is a brilliant publicist, Janice feels like she is betraying herself by promoting a cause she doesn't believe in. Like the elder brother in the Prodigal Son story, her brother has stayed home, furious his sister has dodged the painful months of his mother's dying, while earning their father's favor. When her father dies, they must settle the estate with this jealousy flickering between them.
Publisher: Virginia Beach, VA : Koehler Books, 2014
ISBN: 9781940192260
1940192269
Branch Call Number: IF ANDRASKI
Characteristics: 244 pages ; 23 cm

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