Caught on the front lines of the Great War and torn by feuding families, the French village of Briecort is rocked by fear, suspicion, and blame. As the tale unfolds, the chaste and tender love of an adopted villager and a Belgian refugee shines brightly against a dark backdrop of pride, vanity and greed.But he did not open it, for which she was silently grateful. ... aWhat were you doing on my property, and what have you there?a M. Mantouxa#39;s intimidating manner was the same hea#39;d used when her cousin had lost one of his pigs and found itanbsp;...
|Title||:||Look to the East|
|Publisher||:||Tyndale House Publishers, Inc. - 2011-06-28|