Clear Light of Day

Monarch Books, 2004 - 223 pagina's
I don't love people any more, she thought, and I don't want to say my prayers. I'm all churched-out. When the Rev. Esme Browne, fortysomething Methodist minister, arrives in the quiet coastal resort of Southarbour, she enjoys an enviable reputation for efficiency, good preaching, pastoral sensitivity - and possesses an awful secret: a dead prayer life. Recently divorced, loneliness strikes at her centre. Within weeks she has encountered the fierce form of Seer Ember. Where did they come from, she wonders, these vile old ladies who made a career out of being rude? Yet soon Ember - and Jabez Ferrall, a wise and gentle mechanic - have become Esme's friends, their welcome a balm to her parched soul. In the case of Jabez, more than friendship may be on offer. But professional advancement beckons - very far from Southarbour.

Wat mensen zeggen - Een review schrijven

A new fave!

Gebruikersrecensie  - Shirley -

Similar to Jan Karon's tales of a minister's life, this one is set in England and features a single divorced woman. Loved it! Will look for more of Wilcock's books! Deep teaching, humour, and a wonderful storyline that is not predictable have won me over! Volledige review lezen

Gebruikersrecensie  - Karen Wubbels -

I had previously read Wilcock's Trilogy, The Hawk and the Dove. I found that to be an extraordinary story and immediately searched for other books by this author and found The Clear Light of Day. I no ... Volledige review lezen

Geselecteerde pagina's


Gedeelte 1
Gedeelte 2
Gedeelte 3
Gedeelte 4
Gedeelte 5
Gedeelte 6
Gedeelte 7
Gedeelte 8
Gedeelte 9
Gedeelte 10

Overige edities - Alles weergeven

Veelvoorkomende woorden en zinsdelen

Bibliografische gegevens