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Deep Waters
A Novel

by Thomas Eno
American Fork, UT: Covenant Communications, 2002 (170 p.)

Genre:  Novel

Subjects: Mormons--Fiction; Farm life--Fiction; Floods--Fiction; Illinois--Fiction;
A quiet stranger named John comes to Hampton Corner seeking work. Life in this small town has its share of excitement, drudgery, and trial. But no one is prepared for the terrible devastation and heartbreak that looms in the distance, cresting slowly beyond the view of watchful eyes.

In simple and unassuming ways, this man named John whose every act bespeaks power has a dramatic impact on the lives of the townspeople.

People like Jeff McFarland, an inactive LDS man who loses his son and his livelihood, but is able to rediscover his faith and regain his family. And people like Mike and Linda Torres, recent converts to the Church, who desperately want a baby, thinking that it will bring the two of them closer together and heal their troubled marriage.

In this powerful new novel, Thomas Eno tells the captivating tale of a humble man of God and his remarkable influence on those with whom he comes in contact. Deep Waters is a story filled with adventure, miracles, and an inspiring message that readers will love. [from publisher website]

HBLL Call No: BX 8688.3 .En64d 2002

Reviewed In:
Angels, Ghosts, Etc. . . . by Jennie Hansen

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