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  • 6 of 6 copies available at Evergreen Indiana.

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Location Call Number / Copy Notes Barcode Shelving Location Status Due Date
LaGrange Co PL - LaGrange Main Library F WRI (Text) 30477000371488 Adult: Fiction Available -
Morgan Co PL - Waverly Branch FIC WRI (Text) 78551000109449 Fiction Available -
New Castle-Henry County PL - New Castle F WRIG (Text) 39231024160521 Adult Fiction Collection Available -
Osgood PL - Osgood Main Library FIC WRI (Text) 39692000119957 Fiction Area Available -
Shelby Co PL - Shelbyville Main Library F WRI (Text) 78731000017409 Fiction Available -
Shelby Co PL - Shelbyville Main Library F WRI (Text) 78731000069864 Storage Available -

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  • ISBN: 0871239167
  • Physical Description: 256 pages ; |c 20 cm
  • Edition: Reprint ed.
  • Publisher: Minnesota : Bethany House, [1988]

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From One of America's Best-Loved Writers of the Early Twentieth Century - Harold Bell Wright was truly one of America's master writers of the early twentieth century. His books have sold millions of copies. He possessed an amazing ability to capture a slice of memorable history, to introduce unforgettable characters, and through it all to weave meaningful truth and spiritual significance. The Shepherd of the Hills is the classic story of the stranger who takes the Old Trail deep into the Ozark mountains, many miles from civilization. His appearance signals intellect and culture, yet his countenance is marked by grief and disappointment. He is a man with a mission, yet one which no one understands. What is his purpose in taking on the lowly work of tending local sheep? And how is it that he befriends these simple hill folk, despite his coming from the world beyond the ridges? Mystery and romance envelop this gentle yet compelling story as the identity and purpose of the strange-turned-shepherd is gradually unveiled.
Target Audience Note:
960 Lexile.
Subject: Clergy > Fiction.
Ozark Mountains > Fiction.

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