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The Beloved Invader (St. Simons Trilogy, Vol. 3) (The St. Simons Trilogy)

by Eugenia Price

# Paperback: 320 pages # Publisher: Providence House Publishers; Eugenia Pr edition (July 2000) # Language: English # ISBN: 1577362047 # Product Dimensions: 8.0 x 5.3 x 0.9 inches # Shipping Weight: 12.96 ounces

Editorial Reviews

Rosalyn Carter, former First Lady of the United States of America

She has a rare talent, and we consider her one of our country's greatest authors.

Chicago Tribune
This romantic story, with its ambitious theme and its confident answers, is one that will engage and comfort many people.

Christian Herald
A novel of the quality and character we hardly hoped to see ever again.

Book Description

In this masterful novel by Eugenia Price, a wealthy young northerner, Anson Dodge, shares his heart with two very different women—Ellen, who passionately adores him, and Anna, who comforts him in sorrow. They each surrender themselves to his dreams. Anson’s story unfolds as a beautiful tale of honor when he rebuilds the war-torn Christ Church, Frederica, in memory of happy and lost love.

From the Publisher
Lover, determination, and courage abound on a picturesque Georgia island as Eugenia Price's magnificent St. Simon's Trilogy concludes...

The romantic and deeply moving story of Anson Dodge, a wealthy young Northerner who lost his heart to the people of a Georgia island community and dedicated his life to them. And of the two very different women, the beautiful, worldly Ellen Dodge and the loyal Anna Gould, who loved him enough to surrender themselves completely to his dreams. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.

About the Author

Before making St. Simons Island her home, Eugenia Price, a native of Charleston, West Virginia, was a resident of Chicago with a highly successful career in the thiriving area of radio soap-opera programming. The major networks eagerly sought her creative production talents and Price was well respected in the broadcasting world when her life took a marvelous and powerful turn. God began to use her extraordinary writing gifts to communicate her faith with others.

Price's earliest books (Discoveries, The Burden Is Light, and Early Will I Seek Thee) gained her enormous popularity as a speaker at religious groups from across the nation and across all denominational lines. Her compelling message was not about doctrine, but about new birth. In rapid succession she wrote books dealing with Christian living, women's faith perspectives, and devotional themes. Her masterful rephrasing of the entire Bible, Beloved World, went through countless printings. Twenty-six highly personal nonfiction works and fourteen novels were ultimately released by the leading publishers of the day.

Eugenia Price died on May 28, 1996, and is buried at her beloved Christ Churchyard, Frederica, St. Simons Island. Following her death, the Eudgenia Price/Joyce Blackburn Charitable Foundation was established with Blackburn, also a prolific writer, as president. The Foundation holds all publishing rights in perpetuity. Its sustaining purpose is to ensure the availablilty of this written legacy for future generations of readers.

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