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PRODIGAL DAUGHTER
by Patricia Davids

Genre: Series

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After running off for five months and returning home alone and pregnant, Melissa Hamilton is back at her job
at the family newspaper, with the
additional responsibility of caring for Richard McNeil's nieces. She discovers
that Richard is a kind, warm protector. Patricia Davids' Prodigal Daughter (4) is a warm tale that reacquaints
readers with the Hamilton family.
The story shows the difficult choices Melissa must face as she struggles
with her faith. This quick, pleasurable read fits in warmly as the fifth story
of the Davis Landing series.

Reviewed By: Robin Taylor

Publisher: Steeple Hill

Published: November 2006

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