The Pursuit

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Product Number: Z11546
Released: Jun 01, 2015
Business Term: Purchase
ISBN: #9781501900648
Narrator/s: Virginia Leishman
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With more than four million books in print, Lori Wick is one of the best-selling inspirational authors in the world. The Pursuit is the richly satisfying final chapter of her beloved English Garden series. Edward Steele is returning to England from Africa when he meets a man named Denley. When Denley becomes ill, Edward agrees to stay with him. But God works in mysterious ways, and befriending Denley places Edward in the path of a woman who changes his life.


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The Pursuit
Product Number: BX00039134
Product Number:Z11546
Product Number:CK057

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Author(s): Lori Wick
Narrator(s): Virginia Leishman
Product Number CK057
Released: Sep 14, 2006
Business Term: Purchase
ISBN: #9781402569661

Professional reviews

"Virginia Leishman's British accent enhances the story line of this fourth installment in Wick's English Garden series. The plot, which takes place in the early 1800s, has twists, beginning with the shipboard encounter of Edward Steele and two men who are in trouble. When Edward discovers that one of the men is really a woman in disguise whose name is Nikki, he is determined to find the cause of her secrecy. But she leaves and reappears in his life later as a beautiful young woman who touches his heart. The story has an inspirational aspect, along with many Biblical references. Leishman narrates clearly, distinguishing all the characters. Her presentation makes an imaginative story seem believable. N.L. (c) AudioFile 2007, Portland, Maine"