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Fool's Gold (The Skinners of Goldfield, Book 1)

Stephen Bly

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ISBN 10: 0783894899 / ISBN 13: 9780783894898
Published by G K Hall & Co, 2001
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Title: Fool's Gold (The Skinners of Goldfield, Book...

Publisher: G K Hall & Co

Publication Date: 2001

Book Condition:Good

Edition: G. K. Hall Large Print.

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O. T. Skinner and his family have no intention of staying more than a day in the gold rush town of Goldfield, Nevada. But next to their tent is a starving family with a drunken father, and nearby an old woman insists she's sitting atop a gold mine and won't let anyone near her. And the Skinners are in the middle of a deadly feud -- after being there one day! So many in need of a helping hand and someone to share the riches of Christ, but everyone there would rather seek a quick fortune than a lasting treasure. This simple family with their simple faith is about to make a bigger difference than all the gold in Goldfield.

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In 1905, the Skinners are traveling to California to live near O.T. Skinner's brother when they decide to pass through Goldfield, NV, the last gold-rush boomtown to spring up. O.T. and his wife, Dola, don't plan to stay; they want to build a good life for their four children elsewhere. However, circumstances and their belief that God leads them end up keeping them in Goldfield, where they quickly shut down a water monopoly, befriend both sides of a feud, and help another poor family get back on its feet. Bly (Proud Quail of the San Joaquin) provides a rip-roaring Western in the tradition of Louis L'Amour, filled with humorous characters and an abiding appreciation for the Lord's mysterious ways.
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