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BENEATH A SOUTHERN SKY
by Deborah Raney

Genre: Inspirational, Contemporary Romance

2001 Best Inspirational Novel Award Winner

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I hated this book with a passion. Not because it was a bad book, but because of the overwhelming emotions this painful story evoked, and the struggles and sacrifices the characters endured. Deborah Raney does an amazing job of writing a compelling and remarkably moving novel, one that you wont forgot for a long time.

Dr. Nathan Camfield and his wife, Daria, work as missionaries in Columbia. Theirs is a happy and simple life, serving the people and God. But the unthinkable happens and Nathan is killed, leaving Daria to return to the United States, grief-stricken.

In time, Daria manages to get on with her life as the nightmares of Columbia drift further from her mind. Her new employer, Dr. Cole Hunter, has suffered a similar loss and is a comfort to Daria. Eventually, their friendship blossoms into something more and both are grateful to God for giving them a second chance at love. But at what cost?

Dont miss this incredible storya story as rich and noble as A Tale of Two Citieswith a 4.5-star (and at least 1 tissue box) rating. (Jun., 320 pp., $10.95

Reviewed By: Bev Huston

Publisher: WaterBrook Press

Published: June 2001

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