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A Strong Tower

by Rebecca Martin

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Sixteen-year-old Anna Proust toiled upward on the rugged mountain path among a group of weary refugees. The family had been forced from home because of Papa's "heretical" beliefs. Anna didn't know what to think. Sometimes she admired Papa. Other times she despised him for the suffering they endured because of his faith. Set in the 1100s, this historical fiction describes the spiritual struggles and persecution of the Waldensians.

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