Not a Sparrow Falls

Version: Unabridged
Author: Linda Nichols
Narrator: Marguerite Gavin
Genres: Christianity
Publisher: Blackstone Audiobooks
Published In: October 2004
# of Units: 9 CDs
Length: 11 hours, 12 minutes
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Overview

"If Mama were here, everything would still be right. Or at least not as bad wrong as it had become. But Mama was dead, and Papa was gone, her brother and sisters scattered. And she was here…."—from the book

Mary Bridget Washburn was tired of running, tired of being haunted by the empty shell her life had become. How in the world had the little girl she'd once been become a woman on the wrong side of the law?

In this powerful story of redemption and love, a prodigal young woman from the hills of Virginia flees the men who have hired her away from a godly upbringing into a life of desperation. Taking on a new identity, Mary Bridget Washburn escapes to the bustling city of Alexandria, Virginia. There her path crosses that of Alasdair MacPherson, a widowed pastor with three young children and daunting problems of his own. Mary Bridget longs to bring happiness to the deeply troubled family, but she seems an unlikely candidate to help. Has she fallen too far from grace to be able to pass it on?

This book is a heart-tugging tale about the extraordinary struggles that turn ordinary people into heroes.

Reviews (2)

Beautiful!

Written by Fred from San Diego, CA on May 21st, 2012

  • Book Rating: 5/5

What a beautiful story! A great tale of redemption taking the heroine from a life of depravity to forgiveness and restoration with a nice ending.

Lovely..

Written by S. Lightfoot from Franklinton, NC on March 16th, 2011

  • Book Rating: 5/5

Beautiful story. I thoroughly enjoyed this book. Thank you for offering such great selections for the true romantic!

Author Details

Author Details

Nichols, Linda

Linda Nichols is the author of Handyman, a romantic comedy published by Delacorte. A graduate of the University of Washington, Linda and her family make their home in Tacoma, Washington.