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Publisher's Summary

CBA best-selling author Wanda E. Brunstetter, Christian Retailers Choice Award winner for The Storekeeper's Daughter, delivers the next compelling entry to her critically acclaimed Amish trilogy.

In The Quilter's Daughter, 21-year-old Abby Miller - loving, responsible, and unselfish to a fault - struggles to overcome a staggering tragedy. After her widowed mother marries a widower from Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, Abby inherits her mom's thriving quilt shop in rural Ohio. When she learns her 47-year-old mom is pregnant, however, she leaves her store in capable hands, bids her long-suffering fiancé goodbye, and goes to help.

But as pregnancy complications threaten to delay Abby's wedding, she receives a double blast of devastating news. In her despair, Abby can't understand how God could possibly take the shredded fabric of her life and weave it into a seamless masterpiece.

Christina Moore's dynamic narration gives wings to Brunstetter's words.

©2005 Wanda E. Brunstetter (P)2008 Recorded Books

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Just another Amish Story

This story was rather predictable. Seemed like just another Amish story from a cookie cutter mold. And I was left hanging at the end of the book. I didn't feel like the story was done yet when the book ended.

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daughters

no words, just another great book... I loved every minutes of it and loved the scripture references.

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Excellent

The author once again created realistic n plausible life situation. The characters were interesting. The godly wisdom right on point. I walk away with encouragement and hope.