Running Home

Rated 4.55/5 based on 11 reviews
When her strict Moslem uncle finds her Bible, Miriam Nadif is locked in her room to await punishment. But she escapes and runs to her former best friend, Jerry Ernst, in Hubbards, Nova Scotia, who she hasn't contacted in six years. Will the spark between them still exist? Will her troubles follow her across the ocean? Will he even want to help her? More
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About Bill Sanderson

I am an accountant and a husband and father of four boys.

I grew up in a small town in northern Canada where there were a large number of characters and a constantly changing population. Being able to observe and assess people was an essential skill for small town life.

My mother taught me to read when I was four so she could get the housework done. My father loved to tell stories and taught me how. My wife and sons have taught me the value of love.

While I grew up on a steady diet of science fiction and action adventure, it was my knowledge of small town characters and love of happy endings that steered me in the direction of writing romance.

My wife is still waiting for my first science fiction book and my teens are waiting for a sword and sorcery book. It may be a while.

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Review by: Damisi on July 14, 2017 :
Lovely book
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Review by: Heph on March 27, 2017 :
I love this book. made me see the world in a new light
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Review by: Bosede Oluwayomi on Jan. 19, 2017 :
Just want to add that it is an eye opener to what is happening in our world. Just as some Moslems have no problem with the Bible or Christianity some are extremists just as portrayed in this book and i believe the author meant no harm when he decided to share this beautifullove sstory with everyone. Just as we have Christian fanatics who have no love...this extremism is everywhere.

It is a great book and those who want to grow in their faith in God and who would like to really cherish His love should read this book because it teaches us to be grateful in everything. Just like Jerry is even though he has been hurt and betrayed...He still showered love and respected others.
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Review by: SylvieLisa on July 7, 2016 :
Loved it.
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Review by: Bosede Oluwayomi on Oct. 25, 2015 :
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Review by: Daleen on July 28, 2015 :
An interesting and believable story.
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Review by: Ajayi Angel on June 13, 2015 :
First of all this book is not realistic. That's why it's good to research before writing a book. Muslims do keep Bible's so why should finding a bible with her be a problem?? I am a Muslim and yet I have different versions of the bible which everyone is aware yet nothing happened despite the fact that my parent are strict. Please get your fact right before spreading lies against other religions.
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Review by: zen on April 20, 2014 :
I honestly love this author and the fact that he writes Christian romances makes me love his books even more! Great book, Never realized the problems by Christians that have converted and because of this I'm taking international law. Amazing book! Please don't stop writing.
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Review by: Cherime MacFarlane on Jan. 27, 2013 :
I enjoyed this book. It flowed nicely. It also brought up some "ripped from the headlines" items regarding the problems faced by Christians who have converted from Islam. Good book.
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Review by: angel smith on Jan. 22, 2013 :
A good easy to read Christian Romance book.
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Review by: Mahir Daiyan on Dec. 23, 2012 : (no rating)
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Review by: Mariam2127 on July 31, 2012 :
This is a really great, touching book. It resonated with me on many levels and helped me get closer to God. I highly recommend it for anyone out there wanting to read a good Christian Romance! The scenery was beautifully described and the writing style flowed easily. Thank you so much for writing this!
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