Tender Mercies Paperback

Red River of the North 5

by Lauraine Snelling;


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Tender Mercies

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She never intended to stay. So why is leaving so hard?

The fertile prairies of Dakota Territory have finally begun to yield the bountiful harvests the pioneers have dreamed about since leaving their homes in Norway. The tiny community of Blessing is beginning to expand and thrive, its hardy citizens at last enjoying a measure of prosperity.

Mary Martha MacCallister comes to Blessing from Missouri to visit her brother. She volunteers to help at the schoolhouse and, with her gentle southern charm, quickly wins the affection of all.

Pastor John Solberg, rejecting the persistent efforts of matchmaking mothers, develops a friendship with Mary Martha and discovers she shares his love of books and children. But then the message arrives that she must return home to care for her ailing mother. When she leaves, she says she'll write....

Tender Mercies by Lauraine Snelling was published by Bethany House in February 2007 and is our 25977th best seller. The ISBN for Tender Mercies is 9780764201950.

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Page last updated 27th April 2013
Author / Artist
Book FormatPaperback
PublisherBethany House (February 2007)
EditionRepackaged ed.
Weight431g
Number of Pages304
Thickness20 mm
Height213 mm
Width140 mm
ISBN9780764201950
ISBN-100764201956
Product Code1000667
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