Kairos: A Novel

Book, 2005, 237 pp
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Social worker Angie Halstead embarks on a spiritual journey born of despair, decision and desire. Mindful of the risks to her career and reputation, she nonetheless crosses an ethical line and becomes involved in the personal life of one of her clients. But when tragedy results, Angie is left to wonder where to go next, and whether she's finally gone too far.
"A delightful work of romantic fiction that tells the story of love and friendship. A beautiful tale of hope and grace" -- Lynne Hinton.

"An engaging first novel that wrestles with hard questions of pain and injustice. Presents a range of issues - care for those marginalized in our society, concern for matters of international justice - without allowing these themes to overwhelm the plot" -- L. Lamar Nisly.

AudienceAdults, Youth
PublisherHerald Press

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