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The patient one [text (large print)] / Shelley Shepard Gray.

By: Gray, Shelley Shepard.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: Gray, Shelley Shepard. Walnut Creek: 1.Publisher: Waterville, Maine : Thorndike Press, a part of Gale, a Cengage company, 2019Copyright date: ©2019Edition: Large print edition.Description: 399 pages (large print) ; 23 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9781432862909; 1432862901.Subject(s): Suicide -- Fiction | Friendship -- Fiction | Amish -- Fiction | Mennonites -- Fiction | Large type booksGenre/Form: Christian fiction. | Domestic fiction.DDC classification: 813/.6 Summary: When word got out that Andy Warner had committed suicide, everyone in Walnut Creek, Ohio, was shocked. For seven men and women -- some Amish, some Mennonite, and some English -- each of whom had once counted his or herself as one of Andy's best friends, it had been extremely painful. They'd drifted apart, but thought their bond was still strong. Grieving, Marie Hartman returns to Walnut Creek seeking comfort -- and vowing to reconnect with childhood friends. Especially John Byler. But will John go against his faith for her? -- adapted from publisher info
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A New York Times Bestselling AuthorA CBA Bestselling AuthorThe Walnut Creek SeriesWhen news spreads that Andy Warner committed suicide, everyone in Walnut Creek, Ohio, is shocked. For the seven men and women who had been Andy's best friends, it is extremely painful -- and, maybe, a source of guilt. Although years had passed since they'd last been together, there was a strong bond and a steadfast certainty that they'd always have each other's backs. Now the seven remaining friends, still reeling from Andy's death, have vowed to look after each other again. As far as they're concerned, it doesn't matter that they're now in their twenties and have drifted far apart. They need to connect again . . . for Andy.

When word got out that Andy Warner had committed suicide, everyone in Walnut Creek, Ohio, was shocked. For seven men and women -- some Amish, some Mennonite, and some English -- each of whom had once counted his or herself as one of Andy's best friends, it had been extremely painful. They'd drifted apart, but thought their bond was still strong. Grieving, Marie Hartman returns to Walnut Creek seeking comfort -- and vowing to reconnect with childhood friends. Especially John Byler. But will John go against his faith for her? -- adapted from publisher info