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RIVERS OF GOLD
by Tracie Peterson

Genre: Inspirational

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RIVERS OF GOLD (4), the final book in Tracie Peterson's series, finds Miranda
Colton alive and well, under the tender care of a Native woman and an English
botanist, Teddy Davenport. As the cold winter sets in, she and Teddy travel to
Dawson where Miranda anxiously hopes to find her friends and her sister-in-law,
Grace Colton. As the weeks turn into months, Miranda remains at the hotel in
Dawson, helping Teddy with his work. Though she longs to be reunited with Adrik,
Karen and Grace, the frozen cold allows few opportunities to venture out.
Meanwhile, back in San Francisco, Peter Colton, who believes his wife has
perished, tends to the family business. The simplicity of the love story between
Miranda and Teddy is truly heartwarming and well-written. Though Miranda's need
to find her friends and advise her family she is alive seems to lack urgency,
neither the plot nor pacing are hindered as a result. (Feb., 384 pp., $11.99)

Reviewed By: Bev Huston

Publisher: Bethany House

Published: February 2002

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