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Book Title: The Moon in the Mango Tree|
The size of the: 36.49 MB
Edition: B&H Fiction
Date of issue: May 1st 2008
ISBN 13: 9780805447330
The author of the book: Pamela Binnings Ewen
Format files: PDF
Read full description of the books:Set in Siam and Europe during the 1920s, a glittering decade of change, The Moon in the Mango Tree is based upon the true story of Barbara Bond, a beautiful young opera singer from Philadelphia who is forced to choose between her fierce desire for independence—a desire to create something of her own to give purpose and meaning to her life—and a deep abiding love for her faithful missionary husband whose work creates a gap between them.
But when you choose between two things you love, must one be lost forever?
Read information about the authorAfter practicing law for many in Houston, Texas, Pamela Binnings Ewen turned to writing. She lives in Mandeville, Louisiana near New Orleans. She is the author of The Moon in the Mango Tree, and five other books. Based on a true story, The Moon in the Mango tree was awarded the 2012 Eudora Welty Memorial Award by the National League of American Pen Women.
Pamela's latest novel released September 2013 is An Accidental Life--a love story, courtroom drama. In addition, an updated new edition of Faith on Trial, her only non-fiction book and a best seller, was also just released in September 2013. On her own journey to faith, Pamela researched all the evidence available to see whether the Gospel stories are fact or fiction. Faith on Trial puts the Gospels on trial, presenting evidence to readers as if they're jurors in a trial. A powerful chain of proof. As a result, Pamela went from agnostic to belief. This is a book for those who have questions--for those who want to believe, but can't quite get there. Faith on Trial was used as a text on Law and Religion at Yale Law School in 2000.This new addition also includes a "user's guide".
Pamela's other novels are, Secret of the Shroud, Dancing on Glass, and Chasing the Wind. which will be released September, 2013. Both the Moon in the Mango Tree and Dancing on Glass were Christy Award Finalists. Dancing on Glass won a Single Titles Reviewers Choice Award in 2011, and Chasing the Wind, released in 2012, was chosen as a ‘Top Pick’ by RT Reviews.
Pamela is a member of the board of directors of The Tennessee Williams Festival in New Orleans, and on the advisory board of the Pirate's Alley Faulkner Society. She is also the President of the Northshore Literary Society. In 2009 Pamela received the President’s Arts Award from the Cultural Commission of St. Tammany Parish, Louisiana as Literary Artist of the Year.
About An Accidental Life:
“An Accidental Life” is a spellbinding story, a must-read for every pro-lifer…The intertwining of a great story with courtroom drama based on Roe v Wade and subsequent law makes the book both fascinating and educational. Once I started reading, I couldn’t put it down. Carol Tobias, President, National Right to Life Committee.
As a lawyer with decades of experience advocating against the exploits of the abortion industry, I can vouch for the fact that Kermit Gosnell isn’t an aberration. This fast-paced legal drama tells it like it is. Dorinda Bordlee, Vice President, Chief Counsel, BIOETHICS DEFENSE FUND.
An Accidental Life by Pamela Binnings Ewen is a fine novel promoting the pro-life cause as it relates to the unborn. It deals with what might seem to be unusual circumstances, but today we are learning that these situations are more common than we think, namely the destruction of human life even after a live birth during an abortion procedure. The novel is a continued encouragement to defend all life from conception to natural death. Archbishop Gregory M. Aymond, Archbishop of New Orleans.
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