Nelly Channell

Sarah DOUDNEY (1841 - 1926)

Another fascinating book by the author of A Vanished Hand. Rhoda returns home after the death of her employer to find out that her cousin Helen, with whom she was raised, also returned home. Her husband stole 300 pounds and had to run away to Australia and leave her pregnant. Rhoda has to reconcile her shame and learn to cope with the new situation. But nothing is as it seems. More than anything, this book is about breaking stigmas and opening up your mind to understand and love people, despite their faults, usually with the help of God. Perfect for fans of good novels about crimes, stories about childhood, along with lovers of religious fiction. - Summary by Stav Nisser.

Genre(s): Crime & Mystery Fiction, Religious Fiction

Language: English

Section Chapter Reader Time
Play 01 Chapter 1: The Home at Huntsdean, and its New Inmates jenno
00:16:25
Play 02 Chapter 2: Brother and Sister. - Rhoda Farren perplexed jenno
00:04:53
Play 03 Chapter 3: A Spared Life. - News from Robert Clarris jenno
00:21:50
Play 04 Chapter 4: An Invitation from Squire Derrick jenno
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Play 05 Chapter 5: Helen under a New Aspect jenno
00:11:40
Play 06 Chapter 6: The Master is come, and calleth for thee jenno
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Play 07 Chapter 7: The Disposal of Helen’s Jewels jenno
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Play 08 Chapter 8: The Farm purchased by one Ralph Channell jenno
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Play 09 Chapter 9: The Consciousness of Battle John
00:07:48
Play 10 Chapter 10: The Story of the Dark Hour John
00:21:11
Play 11 Chapter 11: Nelly Channell John
00:08:48
Play 12 Chapter 12: Morgan Foster, the New Curate Nancy Gorgen
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Play 13 Chapter 13: What a little Poem revealed Nancy Gorgen
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Play 14 Chapter 14: Eve Hazleburn, Poet and Friend Nancy Gorgen
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Play 15 Chapter 15: A Confession overheard Nancy Gorgen
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Play 16 Chapter 16: How the Truth came out Nancy Gorgen
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Play 17 Chapter 17: An unlooked-for Release Nancy Gorgen
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Play 18 Chapter 18: What God hath joined together Nancy Gorgen
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