Heaven Spent by Janice Scott

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Polly Hewitt, a recently ordained deacon in the Church of England, is starting her first post as a curate for Canon Henry Winstone. She is fresh out of college, full of new ideas and clashes with old-fashioned Henry and is soon in trouble with the bishop.
Following Henry’s difficulties with Polly, he has a breakdown and begins to question his faith. The arrival of a mysterious woman, come to find a father she’s never met, further complicates. And then Polly is falsely accused of a crime and arrested.

These intertwined lives collide and unravel in this fast-paced, engrossing drama that sheds light on what is means to be of faith, and to be simply human nonetheless.
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Heaven Spent is published by Strategic Publishing Group and can be purchased by simply clicking on the book cover, or links.
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Journey through worlds of talking animals, bizarre characters, pixies and goblins, and regular, everyday life, learning important lessons on faith, love, family, and God. Some stories evoke laughter, while others bring tears, but each will leave the reader better for the experience. Each story is linked to a passage from the Bible, aiding readers in digging beneath the surface of each story and applying its wisdom to their daily lives. This collection is sure to be a treasured part of any library, appealing to the child in all of us.

 

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