The letter / Richard Paul Evans.
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Summary:David Parkin sets out on a journey to find his mother, a woman who abandoned him when he was a child. In truth, however, David is searching for himself as he seeks to free himself from the pain of her rejection and his fear that he was somehow unworthy of her love. In a sense, David's search is the same journey we are all pursuing. We are all seeking love.
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|Location||Call Number / Copy Notes||Barcode||Shelving Location||Circulation Modifier||Age Hold Protection||Active/Create Date||Status||Due Date|
|Arlington Public Library||FIC EVA (Text)||37812000092515||Adult Fiction||Book||None||03/25/2005||Available||-|
|Baker County Library||EVANS (Richard) (Text)||37814001165258||FICTION||Book||None||02/05/1998||Available||-|
|Christmas Valley Branch Library||FIC EVA (Text)||37620000030637||Adult Fiction||Book||None||07/02/2004||Available||-|
|Cook Memorial Library - La Grande||F Evans, R (Text)||35178001205502||Adult Fiction||Book||None||12/29/2009||Available||-|
|Gilliam County Library||F EVAN (The Christmas Box Trilogy #3) (Text)||37823000061087||Adult Fiction||Book||None||05/13/2005||On holds shelf||-|
|Harney County Library||FIC EVA (Text)||37720000007518||Adult Fiction||Book||None||07/11/2001||Available||-|
|Hermiston Public Library||Insp EVAN (Text)||37838000557579||Inspirational||Book||None||10/10/2001||Available||-|
|Hood River County Library||EVANS (Text)||33892200316421||Adult Fiction||Book||None||01/22/1998||Available||-|
|Nyssa Public Library||F EVA #3 (Text)||36660000291137||Adult Fiction||Book||None||03/06/2003||Available||-|
|OTLD Heppner Branch||F EVA (Text)||33122001751778||Adult Fiction||Book||None||10/10/2001||Available||-|
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- ISBN: 0684834723
- Physical Description: 335 pages ; 19 cm.
- Publisher: New York, N.Y. : Simon & Schuster, 
- Copyright: ©1997.
David Parkin sets out on a journey to find his mother, a woman who abandoned him when he was a child. In truth, however, David is searching for himself as he seeks to free himself from the pain of her rejection and his fear that he was somehow unworthy of her love. In a sense, David's search is the same journey we are all pursuing. We are all seeking love.
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