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by Grace Livingston Hill

Author: Grace Livingston Hill
Subcategory: Thrillers & Suspense
Language: English
Publisher: Bantam Books (April 1981)
Category: Suspense and Mystery
Rating: 4.5
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Print ISBN 978-1-61626-647-9. Ariel Custer stood for a moment on the old white-pillared porch of her childhood’s home and watched the wagon drive out the gate and down the road toward town with the last pieces of her grandmother’s dear old furniture.

Print ISBN 978-1-61626-647-9. They were being taken to Ezra Brownleigh’s to be stored for her until sometime in the dim and distant future when she should be able to wrest from the great unfriendly world a home and a spot to put them.

Grace Livingston Hill (1865-1947) was a Christian writer whose wholesome books, written as contemporary fiction . Family meals, and often their careful preparation, are a familiar part of the Grace Livingston Hill books we love

Grace Livingston Hill (1865-1947) was a Christian writer whose wholesome books, written as contemporary fiction, gives. Family meals, and often their careful preparation, are a familiar part of the Grace Livingston Hill books we love. In this volume of The Grace Livingston Hill Cookbook series, we bring the books to life with vintage recipes that will help you recreate the holiday flavors of yesterday Family meals, and often their careful preparation, are a familiar part of the Grace Livingston Hill books we love. In this volume of The Grace Livingston Hill Cookbook series, we bring the books to life with vintage recipes that will help you recreate the holiday flavors of yesterday.

Grace Livingston Hill (1865-1947) was a Christian writer whose wholesome books, written as. .

Grace Livingston Hill (1865-1947) was a Christian writer whose wholesome books, written as contemporary fiction, gives. February: The Tryst (1921) and The City of Fire (1922). March: The Big Blue Soldier (1923) and Tomorrow About This Time (1923). April: Re-Creations (1924) and Not Under the Law (1925). May: Ariel Custer (1925) and A New Name (1926).

All of Mrs. Hill's books are page-turning, heart thumping classics that teach morals and decency that is as relevant now as it was at the time of publishing. 3 people found this helpful.

Grace Livingston Hill. She felt she might perhaps be able to extract the sting as it were from anything that Harriet might say about Dick or the dog, supposing Harriet really meant to carry out her threat. She did not really believe that Harriet meant to do what she had threatened.

I was on a Grace Livingston Hill kick a while back and read several of her novels. They are always quaint and old-fashioned, sometimes a little preachy, but almost always a nice relaxing read

I was on a Grace Livingston Hill kick a while back and read several of her novels. They are always quaint and old-fashioned, sometimes a little preachy, but almost always a nice relaxing read. Shelves: books-i-own, christian-romance, vintage. This book is something of an oddity in that while it's named for Ariel, she really barely figures in the story at all.

GRACE LIVINGSTON HILL (1865–1947) is known as the pioneer of Christian romance. Grace wrote over one hundred faith-inspired books during her lifetime. Her books feature moving stories, delightful characters, and love in its purest form

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Grace Livingston Hill's first book was a children's story, "The Esselstynes". Lo, Michael" was set at Rollins College in Winter Park, Florida, where Grace taught physical education in the 1890's. In Grace's books, the dear aunt with those dove-gray dresses is most certainly Grace's "Auntie Belle. Grace's "Auntie Belle" was a world-famous author. Her pen name was Pansy. Grace Livingston Hill never learned to drive, but Grace and her driver often used it to pick up Sunday School children.

When Ariel Custer and Judson Granniss become the primary suspects in a murder case, they must find the truth before their happiness is shattered.

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