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A Christmas Hope

Linden Corners

by Joseph Pittman

eBook

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"A cozy small-town Christmas story." —Library Journal
One final Christmas wish could change their lives forever. . .
Nora Connors Rainer has returned to her hometown, Linden Corners, to tend to her elderly but spunky mother—and to nurse a broken heart. To keep busy, Nora opens "A Doll's Attic," a consignment shop where locals can unload their unwanted heirlooms—or search for new treasures. And eighty-five year old Thomas Van Diver hands Nora her first challenge: track down a rare, vintage item that holds powerful childhood memories of his father and their very last Christmas together. Soon, with the help of new friend Brian Duncan, and his irrepressible young charge, Janey, they'll uncover the mysteries of Christmas past—and create a Christmas present that just might restore their hope, and fulfill everyone's deepest wishes. . .
Praise for Joseph Pittman's Linden Corners novels
"A wonderful Christmas story of moving on beyond grief and loss." —RT Book Reviews, 4 1/2 Stars on A Christmas Wish
"This gentle read is big on heart." —Library Journal on A Christmas Wish

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Publisher: Kensington

OverDrive Read

  • ISBN: 9780758291691
  • Release date: September 25, 2012

EPUB eBook

  • ISBN: 9780758291691
  • File size: 754 KB
  • Release date: September 25, 2012

1 of 1 copy available

Formats

OverDrive Read
EPUB eBook

Languages

English

Reprinted Edition
"A cozy small-town Christmas story." —Library Journal
One final Christmas wish could change their lives forever. . .
Nora Connors Rainer has returned to her hometown, Linden Corners, to tend to her elderly but spunky mother—and to nurse a broken heart. To keep busy, Nora opens "A Doll's Attic," a consignment shop where locals can unload their unwanted heirlooms—or search for new treasures. And eighty-five year old Thomas Van Diver hands Nora her first challenge: track down a rare, vintage item that holds powerful childhood memories of his father and their very last Christmas together. Soon, with the help of new friend Brian Duncan, and his irrepressible young charge, Janey, they'll uncover the mysteries of Christmas past—and create a Christmas present that just might restore their hope, and fulfill everyone's deepest wishes. . .
Praise for Joseph Pittman's Linden Corners novels
"A wonderful Christmas story of moving on beyond grief and loss." —RT Book Reviews, 4 1/2 Stars on A Christmas Wish
"This gentle read is big on heart." —Library Journal on A Christmas Wish

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