Publisher Description

While on her way to Arizona to teach school, beautiful Margaret Earle suddenly finds herself lost in the wilderness. When a ragged man happens across her in the middle of the night, she believes help has arrived--but he turns out to be even more threatening than the wilderness, and Margaret runs from him in desperation. Lost once more, besieged by the elements, terrified by the howling of wild beasts around her, Margaret wonders how she will survive. Enter Lance Gardley, a handsome young cowboy who rides out of the darkness to save Margaret's life--and together they discover a new understanding of true friendship . . . and love.

GENRE
Fiction & Literature
RELEASED
1947
January 1
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
418
Pages
PUBLISHER
Public Domain
SELLER
Public Domain
SIZE
266.2
KB

Customer Reviews

Debnlee ,

A Voice in the Wilderness

Set against the backdrop of the wild and beautiful Arizona desert in the early 19th century, Mrs. Hill once again weaves a brilliant tale of adventure, peril, new beginnings, and an unlikely romance. Each character’s strengths and weaknesses are developed along multiple storylines which skillfully intertwine throughout the story. Though written nearly a century ago, the timeless truth that God‘s love can bring hope into the most dismal of circumstances, and the most despairing soul, is beautifully and sensitively portrayed. An engaging, satisfying read!

Nickypam ,

A Voice in the Wilderness was excellent.

I enjoyed it. I would read it again.

JeriTy ,

Beautiful and inspiring story

God's infinite wisdom, beauty and glory shines through this story. It is woven throughout the lives of the characters, as we see God at work in their lives. Through forgiveness and grace, God's handiwork is revealed throughout the story. It was a joy to read and a wonderful work of art.

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