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A ROSE BY THE DOOR
by Deborah Bedford

Genre: Inspirational

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Over the years, visitors have come to the small home of Beatrice Bartling
to view her historic rose bush. And just as the roses bloom each year, she
awakens every morning with the same heartache. Until one stormy night, when her
hopes of reconciliation with her son are forever dashed. Alone in her grief, Bea
struggles to understand why God has deserted her. Bea has no time for
a young woman and small child who seemingly arrive just to view the roses. But
this ragamuffin pair, Gemma and Paisley, could help ease Bea's burden, and she
theirs,if she would open her heart a little. Will
Gemma take her daughter and leave
before Bea has a chance to gain back a portion of what she has lost? A ROSE BY
THE DOOR (4) is a poignant and moving story about faith lost and then found, tenderly
written by Deborah Bedford. (Jan., 352 pp., $11.95)

Reviewed By: Bev Huston

Publisher: Warner

Published: January 2002

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