Item description for Sandpebbles (Women Of Faith Fiction) by Patricia Hickman...
Overview Two widows find new life after their husbands are killed, but only after allowing God to work miracles in their souls.
The tale of a broken heart's awakening to hope.
A moving, richly told story set in a small fishing village in coastal North Carolina, Patricia Hickman's novel portrays a witty, recently widowed herione who must learn to let go of the past--and discover God's surprising, renewing provision for her future.
Citations And Professional Reviews Sandpebbles (Women Of Faith Fiction) by Patricia Hickman has been reviewed by professional book reviewers and journalists at the following establishments -
Publishers Weekly - 03/18/2002 page 76
Library Journal - 04/01/2002 page 86
Booklist - 06/01/2002 page 1682
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Studio: Thomas Nelson
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.52" Width: 5.6" Height: 0.81" Weight: 0.95 lbs.
Release Date Apr 7, 2002
Publisher Thomas Nelson
Series Women Of Faith Fiction
ISBN 0849943000 ISBN13 9780849943003
Availability 0 units.
More About Patricia Hickman
PATRICIA HICKMAN is an award-winner, speaker and humorist who has won two Silver Angel Awards for Excellence in Media as well as a "Romantic Times "Reader s Choice Gold Award for her novel "Katrina s Wings." Patricia holds a master s degree in creative writing from Queens University and enjoys biking, hiking, and mapping out the Southern towns where her novels are set."
Patricia Hickman currently resides in Huntersville, in the state of South Carolina.
Patricia Hickman has published or released items in the following series...
Reviews - What do customers think about Sandpebbles?
Life After Grief Sep 21, 2003
Patricia Hickman is not afraid to explore the depths of grief and recovery from loss, packaging her journey in a story that invites the reader to explore her story's setting, North Carolina's coast and Outer Banks. March Longfellow's bumpy ride through grief is realistic and reveals the confusion, struggles, pain, and helplessness in the face of great loss, even as she plows her way through the fog and discovers a new way to live. March's life parallels my own; her struggles are much like my own, and her path through it all is helpful to anyone in the midst of similar problems. And, in the midst of the struggles, the book is a load of fun with March, her son, their pets, and their quirky neighbors!
A Gem of a Novel... Mar 19, 2002
This is a beautifully written book about a woman dealing with life after the tragic loss of her husband. I laughed, I cried and when I closed the back cover after reading the last page, I cheered. This is definitely a keeper on my shelf. Highly recommended.
This is a keeper! Mar 7, 2002
Patricia Hickman tells a great story in language so beautiful that it's a feast for the senses. I felt as if I've known March Longfellow for ages--sometimes felt as if I WERE her, that's how emotionally involved I became.