The Village of Birch's Ford

Lois Kulp

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It is the late 1800s, and Susan Winslow in trying to evade a persistent suitor, moves to her Aunt Sophie in the little village of Birch's Ford in Eastern Pennsylvania. She is soon entangled in the lives of the villagers. The innkeeper's son whom she knows from childhood. The blue-eyed handsome Doc who keeps women at arm's length, but cares deeply not only for the physical but the spiritual lives in those around him. Then there is the little boy who though orphaned, unwanted, dirty, and a thief, crawls not only into Susan's heart but in the lives of the villagers. There is tragedy as well as triumph to be experienced. Susan learns the hard way whom to trust and whom not to trust and finally to wait for God's timing for her lonely heart. (253pp. Masthof Press, 2018.)

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