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by Robin Hardy

eBook Padre: A Novel ePub
Author: Robin Hardy
Language: English
ISBN: 097619645X
ISBN13: 978-0976196457
Publisher: Westford Press (February 15, 2007)
Pages: 252
Category: Literature & Fiction
Subcategory: Christians
Rating: 4.7
Votes: 273
Formats: lit mobi docx azw
ePub file: 1137 kb
Fb2 file: 1757 kb

Robin Hardy was a British Film Director. The Wicker Man was his first film and remains his best-known work. He is also the director of The Fantasist, Forbidden Sun, and The Wicker Tree. Robin Hardy passed away in 2016

Robin Hardy was a British Film Director. Robin Hardy passed away in 2016. Anthony Shaffer was a UK-based screenwriter well-known for such successful thrillers as Sleuth and Alfred Hitchcock's Frenzy, in addition to this screenplay and novelization. He died of a heart attack on November 6th, 2001, while at his home in London.

A horseback riding vacation in Texas with her friends might be just the break. 0891097996 (ISBN13: 9780891097990).

New York copywriter Royce Lindel takes a chance on a camping trip with two female friends in remote Big Bend, Texas. No commitment, cancel anytime.

Robin Moore Hardy (born 1955) is the author of more than twenty published books and several unpublished manuscripts. She currently resides in North Texas. Her first novel, Chataine's Guardian, was the runner-up for the Gold Medallion Book Award in 1985. Robin Moore was born in Fort Worth, Texas in January 1955. When she was seventeen, a severe sinus infection rendered her profoundly deaf in both ears

Secure on the throne of Lystra, Roman, the Chataine’s former guardian, heeds a warning that a nearby ruler is amassing power to strike. Roman decides to answer the threat himself. Robin Hardy is the author of The Latter Annals of Lystra, the Streiker Saga, the Sammy Series, Padre, His Strange Ways, Unknown Name, Unknown Number, and The Idecis. Melton's classic devotional, Sifted But Saved. She resides with her family in North Texas.

Robin Moore Hardy is the author of more than twenty published books and several unpublished manuscripts. The books not written by this Robin Hardy include The Wicker Manitoba, Cowboys for Christ, The Education of Don Juan, The Call of the Wendigo and The Crisis of Desire. As apparent from her turbulent publishing history, Robin Hardy has been an author ahead of her time.

Find nearly any book by ROBIN HARDY (page 2). Get the best deal by comparing prices from over 100,000 booksellers. ISBN 9781934776001 (978-1-934776-00-1) Softcover, Westford Press, 2008.

Robin Hardy was carried by both Word Publishers and NavPress. Robin Hardy's published books include: The Annals of Lystra: Chataine's Guardian (Word, 1984). Padre (NavPress, 1994). Reprinted by Westford Press, 2007. She is currently the primary author for Westford Press. Reprinted by NavPress, 1994. Streiker's Morning Sun (NavPress, 1995).

New York copywriter Royce Lindel takes a chance on a camping trip with two female friends in remote Big Bend, Texas. Little do they know that their schedule of activities includes being dumped in the desert by their guide. Matters look bleak until they stumble across other campers: three men whose business in the wilderness involves drugs and guns. When the men reluctantly rescue the stranded New Yorkers, Royce falls in love with the one they call Padre. But she doesn't know his real name or why he's running. She doesn't even know how he feels about her-until she's kidnapped by the people he just robbed. Robin Hardy is the author of the Streiker Saga, the Sammy series, and the Annals of Lystra. She is also the editor of W.W. Melton's classic devotional, Sifted But Saved. For photos, articles, guest features, and updates on new releases, see www.robinhardy.com.
xander
I've liked this story since the first edition. It was fun to read it with updates (cell phones,etc.). Only wish the Gospel was fully given.
Saithinin
This was a pretty good book to read. It was a little to mushy for me at the beginning but it got better as I read the book.
LivingCross
I first read "Padre" when I was spending a semester overseas in Hungary. I was joyously surprised to see that our little Bible College library had one Robin Hardy book (I would have loved to see more, but the library was quite small, so no hard feelings!). As I told Robin in an email, it was a great taste of home while I was 9 time zones away. I recently bought and read the newest edition, and I believe I enjoyed it even more than the first time around. At the time, I was just a "beginning" Robin fan, and now (almost 7 years since picking up my first R.H. book--Chataine's Guardian), I think I appreciate it more. I have become accustomed to her humor, her wit, and her literary nuances. Padre is a wonderful book full of action (... did someone say cowboys and drug runners?), and yes, even a little romance! It is a delightful, addicting read (I finished it this last time in about 6 hours). Pick up a copy today and GET READING!!!
Jeronashe
Royce, a New Yorker abandoned in Texas' Big Bend Country, is rescued by the enigmatic Paul, "Padre" as some call him, and her vacation becomes the adventure of a lifetime. A real page turner!

I read and enjoyed this book when it first came out, but the new edition is even better than I remembered. And I love the new cover, a beautiful picture of Big Bend taken by the author's father.

Don't miss the sequel, His Strange Ways.
Wetiwavas
his the best book, you will enjoy it if you like the old west!
Moswyn
It's been years since I read this and I'm sad that it is out of print.
It's a wonderful western mixed with innocent love and unselfishness.
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