Woman Of Clay: An Outrageous Gospel Story Unveiled

Love triumphs over human weakness in this vibrant drama, set in 1st century Israel. Self-deception, passion and turmoil threaten to destroy everything Shana holds dear, even her own life. Driven by a burning quest for happiness, she sacrifices the love of a good man to satisfy a need she can't identify, paying a high price for the legacy of her father's rejection. Can all she has lost be restored? More

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About Linda Caddick

LINDA CADDICK, the daughter of a pioneering farmer in Zimbabwe, spent her school years confined to boarding hostels, but during the holidays wandered freely on the farm, where she developed a lively imagination and a love for nature. Strongly attracted to Cape Town, South Africa, she went to live there at the first opportunity.

Her writing skills were developed during many years of producing descriptive editorial for a restaurant publication. After almost 20 years of city life, her dream of living in the country was realised when she and her husband, together with their two small children, bought a run-down caravan park in the Cape Winelands and turned it into a popular resort for church and family outings.

Linda’s passion is to write inspirational novels which illustrate the truth of the gospel through true-to-life characters and stories that will appeal to all.

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About the Series: WOMAN OF SPIRIT
The WOMAN OF SPIRIT series is two books: WOMAN OF CLAY and WOMAN OF METTLE. Both can be read individually. Shushana is a beautiful young woman living in Israel at the time of Jesus. Her personal, relational and spiritual struggles, failures and victories are set against a vivid background of characters and situations, where the consequences of her choices have unexpected results.

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