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Zondervan, 2001-09-01. Hardcover. VG+/VG+/Used. Very good Plus. Used hardcover with dustjacket copy in Very Good Plus/Very Good Plus Condition. Unmarked. Tight binding. Spine shift to 1/8-inch. All wear and outer soil is very minor. Frank Reynolds faces life challenges. He loses his job and receives news that his father's has Alzheimer's on the same day. The Reynolds family discovers that God has a plan in motion for them, and though not an easy road to travel, they gain a new undertanding of where meaning and fulfillment life. Zondervan, 2001.144 pages, 19 cm. Accurately described because we look!
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- Mary May Music Inc (US)
- Bookseller Inventory #
- The Faded Flower
- Paul McCusker
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- Used - VG+/VG+
- Jacket condition
- Used. Very good Plus
- Quantity available
- ISBN 10
- ISBN 13
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- Date published
- Books,Christian,Fiction,Inspirational,Aging,Alzheimers,Paul McCusker
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About Mary May Music Inc
Quality Music and Books, seller of collectible, new, used and remainder books, is a Christian bookstore located in Minneapolis, that also stocks non-Christian history, biography, literature and children's books including parent/teacher resources for homeschooling. During the move to our new location we are open by appointment only.
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