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A Love of Time

David L. Gurnee

ISBN 10: 0971924449 / ISBN 13: 9780971924444
Published by Windtime Publications, Mackinac Island, MI, 2002
Condition: Fine Soft cover
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Signed with "There is a love" inscribed with signature. Fine/as new condition and well Kept 1st edition; 4th printing. **ADDITIONAL SHIPPING MAY APPLY TO INTERNATIONAL ORDERS** About the book: David Andrews had never felt at home, that is, until he came to Mackinac Island - a place reminiscent of simpler days, a place where time seemed to stand still. But a journey back in time to the turn of the century shows him those days were not so simple. Will the love he finds in the past make his perilous journey worthwhile? From the writer of 'Somewhere in Time'. Bookseller Inventory # 000296

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Title: A Love of Time

Publisher: Windtime Publications, Mackinac Island, MI

Publication Date: 2002

Binding: Soft cover

Book Condition:Fine

Dust Jacket Condition: None issued

Signed: Signed by Author(s)

Edition: 1st Edition

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David Andrews had never felt at home, that is, until he came to Mackinac Island - a place reminiscent of simpler days, a place where time seemed to stand still. But a journey back in time to the turn of the century shows him those days were not so simple. Will the love he finds in the past make his perilous journey worthwhile? From the writer of 'Somewhere in Time'.

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A Love of Time
From the writer of Memoirs of Elise comes a story of romance and time travel, action and adventure, that spans three eras of Mackinac Island's history.
"There is a love that surpasses romantic love.
It is called sacrificial love. And it is the
most romantic love that I have ever known."
David Andrews had never felt at home, that is, until he came to Mackinac Island -- a place where time seemed to stand still, a place reminiscent of simpler days. But a journey back in time to the turn of the century shows him those days were not so simple. Will the love he finds in the past make his perilous journey worthwhile?

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