Quaker Testimony

Widow Elizabeth Elliot leads a modest life. As Clerk of the local Quaker meeting, she not only handles the congregation's daily activities, but also is their moral and inspirational leader. So when murder strikes this nonviolent community, suddenly Elizabeth's life gets very complicated.

Facing certain IRS eviction for refusal to pay war taxes, pacifist Quakers Sheldon and Hope Laughton had no idea their lives were in danger. Elizabeth finds herself in a real-life nightmare when she discovers Hope murdered ... lying on the kitchen floor in a pool of her own blood. Shocked and horrified, Elizabeth has no time to mourn -- the police think she's the killer. Suspicion swirls in Cambridge, Massachusetts -- pitting Quaker against Quaker -- and only Elizabeth's quiet wisdom can find the murderer.

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    • Jan-1998
    • St. Martin's
    • Mass Market Paperback
    • ISBN: 0312964242
    • ISBN13: 9780312964245
    • First Edition
    • Sep-1996
    • St. Martin's
    • Hardcover
    • ISBN: 0312147090
    • ISBN13: 9780312147099


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