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by Judith Miller

Genre: Inspirational, Historical Romance

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Miller captivates readers in the final installment of her Postcards From Pullman series with a story rich in historical detail, page-turning suspense and heartwarming romance.

Life in Pullman, Ill., is like "water ready to boil over and scald the whole population" when the workers of Pullman Car Works strike because of unfair working conditions. Olivia Mott is still fortunate to have her job as assistant chef at the Hotel Florence, but will her relationship with Fred Upton, a newly appointed union delegate, jeopardize her employment?

Fred longs to marry Olivia after the strike, but as Pullman management digs in its heels, unwilling to budge on union demands, will Fred and Olivia lose it all by standing up for what is right? (BETHANY HOUSE, Jun., 384 pp., $13.99)

Reviewed By: Chandra McNeil

Publisher: Bethany House

Published: June 2008

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