Book pak Recorded Books 2003
CS ISBN 1402544154 $94.00 Eleven cassettes
Like everywhere else in the country during the Great Depression, Illinois was a hard place to find work. But newly widowed Eliza Rose Wyatt and her three small children have an advantage: They own prosperous, family-run Wyatt Orchards. At least, she thinks they do--until she learns that her husband died without a will and his brother Matthew has inherited everything. But wasn't Matthew a casualty of WWI? Everyone thinks so, until Eliza offers shelter to a trespassing hobo, Gabriel Harper, who looks so familiar and stirs her deepest affections. Could he be the rightful heir? Ruth Ann Phimister is a master of inflection, delivering a childish whine or an aging quaver with equal ease. Her gentle voice warms this Christian romance with emotion inspired by faith. E.V. (c) AudioFile 2003, Portland, Maine [Published: DEC 03/JAN 04]
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