How do you endure when loved ones can't make it home for the holidays? In Steve Riedel's heartwarming story, A Homestead Holiday, James and Faye Hammer face their first empty-nest Christmas. They accept an invitation from strangers Gus and Sophie Frost, hoping that a country getaway will cure their holiday blues. During perilous travel to the Frosts' remote farm, the Hammers encounter a sinister train conductor, who, as it turns out, covets the Frosts' farm and Faye. Gus and Sophie welcome the Hammers with old-fashioned hospitality, but the conductor may not be alone in his deceitful ways. Having grown up in a children's home, James keeps his guard up, and his suspicions run wild when Gus reveals that their children were abducted years ago. The very foundation of the Hammers' marriage is suddenly threatened. Will James's fears be justified, or is the Frosts' invitation a plea for help?Frost home, like most farm homes of the time, was originally built without an indoor bathroom. Sophie had convinced Gus two years ago ... She also had Gus install a double-basin sink in her kitchen. However, the water did not flow through theanbsp;...
|Title||:||A Homestead Holiday|
|Publisher||:||Tate Publishing - 2010-12|