Mary of Bellingham Anneke Campbell

ISBN: 9781588720856

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Hardcover

480 pages


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Mary of Bellingham  by  Anneke Campbell

Mary of Bellingham by Anneke Campbell
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A familiar story with a modern-day twist, this compelling novel brings to light all the questions we have about human nature, faith, and the undiscovered possibilities of medical science. Mary, a pregnant teenager, wanders into Bellingham. Joe, aMoreA familiar story with a modern-day twist, this compelling novel brings to light all the questions we have about human nature, faith, and the undiscovered possibilities of medical science.

Mary, a pregnant teenager, wanders into Bellingham. Joe, a middle-aged black man is the first to find her and take her under his wing. Violet, the local waitress, takes Mary into her home and in her life in an attempt to fill the void caused by her own lack of family. Dr. Bob steps in as a would-be angel of mercy. Ted, the local sports-hero-turned-small-time-entrepreneur offers his talent as a manager--a role any true virgin birth requires in this day and age. Rich in characters, the little town of Bellingham comes alive, as people appear on the scene--some praying to witness a miracle--others desperate to be a part of it.



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