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Bethany House The Crossroad

New York journalist Philip Bradley simply cannot forget the Amish people he met while on assignment in Pennsylvania - particularly blind Rachel Yoder - for whom he seeks a cure. Rachel knows she must confront the past to find a cure, but as the memories of the trauma she suffered begin to resurface, she questions whether she can bear the agonizing road to recovery.
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Review 1 for The Crossroad
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Another great Lewis work

Date:December 13, 2013
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George
Location:Columbia SC
Age:Over 65
Gender:male
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It seems that Beverly Lewis can do bo wrong. Had a hard time putting it down.
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Review 2 for The Crossroad
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Date:August 13, 2008
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Judith Ritchie
I found the Postcard and The Crossroad both excellent books. Well written and held my interest through both books.
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Date:August 28, 2007
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Zhenya L
This was a good continuation to "THE POSTCARD". It really takes one into the Amish life and explores real faith in the midst of "persecution" among the Amish. I really enjoyed the ending, although I had already guessed the ending, the way it happens is sweet.
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