Excerpt from Laurie Norlander, "Mirror Images."
"I'd known---thought I loved---this man in New York when he was an unemployed dockworker calling himself Ross Bauer. I snorted. Obviously, I'd never known him at all."
"Although I'd been raised in the church, my time with Ross Bauer had convinced me my lukewarm faith was the worst kind of hypocrisy, and I'd gradually stopped attending Mass. I was surprised Hannah was a religious person. She seemed too down-to-earth."
"From the moment I arrived in Churchill, I'd been inundated with the unexpected."
"My eyes darted to Rae's chalkboard. For the Word of God is living and active and sharper than any two-edged sword...and able to judge the thoughts and intentions of the heart. I'd never been good with matters of the heart"
"Stop trying to make it logical, and listen to your heart."
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