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They Almost Always Come Home

2 Ratings: 5.0
A book by Cynthia Ruchti

In Ruchti's debut faith-based novel, Libby and Greg's marriage is sputtering in the wake of their daughter's death. Libby's thinking about leaving—until she's faced with the prospect of becoming a widow when Greg fails to return from a solo trip … see full wiki

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Author: Cynthia Ruchti
Publisher: Abingdon Press
2 reviews about They Almost Always Come Home
review by . June 03, 2010
posted in Christian Fiction
"They Almost Always Come Home" is a Christian general fiction novel with a lot of suspense. The characters were interesting and complex, and they dealt with realistic problems. The world-building was excellent, especially for the wilderness trip. The story came alive in my imagination, and it felt like these events really could have happened.    The first thirty-two pages were mostly Libby thinking about her situation and doing little but worrying about the various possibilities …
review by . May 12, 2010
Greg and Libby's marriage began its slow decline three years ago with the death of their twelve year old daughter, Lacy. Unable to heal from Lacy's death, they eventually grew apart--Greg no longer knowing how to reach Libby and Libby no longer wanting to be reached. When Greg didn't return from a solo canoeing trip in the Canadian wilderness, the authorities' assumption was he had decided to leave their marriage. Needing to know for sure he'd abandoned her, Libby, Frank (Greg's Father), and Jen …
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