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Author: Grace Livingston Hill
ISBN13: 978-0745116259
Title: Duskin (Lythway Large Print Books)
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Language: English
Publisher: Chivers Large print (Chivers, Windsor, Paragon & C; Large Print Ed edition (August 4, 1992)
Pages: 320

Duskin (Lythway Large Print Books) by Grace Livingston Hill



Known as the "Queen of Christian Romance," Grace Livingston Hill was born in Wellville, New York in 1865. Writing under her own name and the pen name Marcia Macdonald, she published over 100 popular novels and many short stories. Hill wrote her first novel to make enough money for her family, then living in Florida, to take a vacation in Chautauqua, New York.

Grace Livingston Hill. Take a fresh look at a well-loved Grace Livingston Hill classic. Secretary Carol Berkley is a woman ahead of her time. When her boss has an accident, she volunteers to go on a business trip for him. It is her chance to prove her worth. and save the company from corruption. But as she boards a train bound for Chicago, she inadvertently steps into a dangerous plot. Who can she trust with her knowledge-and her life?

Total Books: 762. Chronological List. 2017 - The Mystery of Mary By Grace Livingston Hill - Illustrated (Paperback) → Paperback, Hardcover ISBN-13: 9781977525239 ISBN-10: 1977525237 Genre: Literature & Fiction. 2001 - Kerry (Hardcover) → Paperback, Hardcover, Audio Cassette. 2000 - Marigold (Hardcover) → Paperback, Audio Cassette. 2000 - The Story of the Lost Star a Christmas Tale (Hardcover). 1989 - Duskin (Paperback) → Paperback, Hardcover. 1989 - Grace Livingston Hill Aunt Crete's Emancipation, the Girl From Montana, the Story of a Whim (Paperback). 1989 - The Big Blue Soldier (Paperback) → Paperback, Hardcover, Audio Cassette.

Grace Livingston Hill’s books are a treasured part of my young adult years. There was such bedrock faith to them along with the fun. Her heroines were intrepid yet vulnerable. My grandmother was an avid reader, and Grace Livingston Hill’s books lined her shelves for the years of my childhood and adolescence. Once I dipped into one of them, I was hooked. Years of reading Hill’s stories, without a doubt, influenced my own desire to become a storyteller, and it’s with great fondness that I remember many of her titles. Print ISBN 978-1-62029-139-9.

Published September 1985 by MacMillan Publishing Company in London, UK. Written in English.

Hill, Grace Livingston, 1865-1947: Aunt Crete's Emancipation (Boston: Golden Rule C. c1911), illust. Hill, Grace Livingston, 1865-1947: A Chautauqua Idyl (Boston: D. Lothrop C. c1887). Additional books from the extended shelves

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About book: Duskin finds himself on the fine line between "good business" and "godliness. Grace Livingston Hill is the beloved author of more than 100 books. Read and enjoyed by millions, her wholesome stories contain adventure, romance, and the heartwarming triumphs of people faced with the problems of life and love. Other books by Fiction.

Grace Livingston Hill was born on Easter Sunday in 1865. Grace Livingston Hill was the originator of the "Christian Romance" genre that's so popular today. Books weren't her only claim to fame. Grace wrote some poetry, too. As a young woman, Grace aspired to be an artist and went to art school. In this volume of The Grace Livingston Hill Cookbook series, we bring the books to life with vintage recipes that will help you recreate the holiday flavors of yesterday. And it’s more than just Roast Turkey with all the trimmings-you’ll also find lots of great comfort food like Warm Gingerbread, Sugary Doughnuts and (of course) Buckwheat Cakes & Sausage.

Reviews: 7
Leyl
I love the story of "Duskin". It's about a secretary having to take over her bosses job in another state because he was in an accident and couldn't go. She volunteered to give up her vacation to Maine that she had planned to go with two of her friends in order to take care of business for her crabby boss. she got into several different perdictaments but God seemed to help her out of them in one way or another. In the beginning she thought Mr. Duskin was in with the bad guys ao she came there to fire him but she found out different in the long run. This is the type of story I love reading of Mrs. Hill's. The book was delivered on time and in great shape. It looks like it's a new book.
Ynye
Another of Grace Livingston Hill's wonderful stories. If you have not read any of her books you should try this one! It is a bit different becasue her heroine is a business woman in an era when that was practically unheard of. Grace's quaint stories may be set in another generation but the truths & issues her characters experience are similar to questions & situations that are timeless!
This is entertaining & fun to read. I would urge anyone to try Grace's books. You'll find a new friend in this author. I've collected all her works in book form & am now replacing them on my Kindle. I re-read her books time & again because she never fails to lift up my spirits & give me a Good Read everytime. My Sister & daughter collect her books as well. Hope you try her out!
Qumen
I read A LOT of GLH's books when I was younger and really enjoyed them. So I was excited to see some on sale recently for my Kindle app. I couldn't remember if I had read this one or not and thought it would be interesting because it sounded like the heroine would be a strong business woman. However, I was disappointed in the way the storyline portrayed her at first. It took me several tries to finish the book. I didn't totally dislike the book but I didn't love it. But I still have very fond memories of reading and enjoying GLH's books so I will definitely try another one. :)
Kulalas
Always enjoy reading GLH. She takes me back to days when I was young and was learning how life worked. This is about the 15 th book I've read by GLH and I've enjoyed them all.
Winn
I love Grace Livingston Hill books and this was one of my favorites. It is fast paced, full of suspense and excitement, yet with the good standards of the main characters which one should seek to emulate. I was impressed with how well the author knew the logistics of construction work which adds realism to the whole story.
Jox
It is so great to find such an inspiring book in a time of trashy books. Have always enjoyed Grace Livingston Hill.
Erennge
The books starts a bit slow but it begins to get faster. I like both Duskin and Carol... Carol is not the typical "I can't think for myself" girl, and she shows strength yet sweetness. Duskin is an amazingly intelligent guy and he makes you want to be the one on his arm :)
Yes, yes, yes! I grab every Grace Livingston Hill novel that becomes available for Kindle. Clean, sweet, wonderfully relaxing, gread bedtime stories to have my Kindle read to me.