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Redeeming Grace

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Paperback, 248 pages
Published February 13th 2008 by Vanilla Heart Publishing (first published 2004)
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Oct 25, 2009 Malcolm rated it it was amazing
According to one version of the old gospel song Old Time Religion, "it makes me love everybody." Unfortunately, that old time religion has often been less than kind to women. In the hands of a fundamentalist zealot preacher like Luther Harmon in Redeeming Grace, it can be cruel and potentially deadly. Loving everybody is an idea Harmon sets aside.

Luther Harmon was a loving father before his wife and two of his children died. After that, his figurative drug of choice was child abuse backed up by
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Apr 28, 2013 Robert Hays rated it it was amazing

Smoky was my mentor for fiction writing. Not sure I could be objective in reviewing her books.
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Smoky Zeidel is a novelist and poet, whose love of the natural world is thematic in all she writes. She taught writing and creativity workshops for many years at venues throughout the Midwest before succumbing to her bohemian urges and moving to Southern California. Her work has earned her two nominations for the prestigious Pushcart Prize.

Smoky lives in a ramshackle cottage in the hills outside L
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