Elizabeth  George

“He had never thought of himself as much of a praying man, but as he sat in the car in the growing darkness and the minutes passed, he knew what it was to pray. It was to will goodness out of evil, hope out of despair, life out of death. It was to will dreams into existence and spectres into reality. It was to will an end to anguish and a beginning to joy.”

Elizabeth George, A Great Deliverance
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A Great Deliverance (Inspector Lynley, #1) A Great Deliverance by Elizabeth George
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