Dwelling Place by Elizabeth Musser
(Swan House)

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In a family of successes, she's the embarrassment, still defiantly refusing to color inside the lines. Perhaps being a server at a trendy Atlanta restaurant isn't a dream career, but it's her work. She has friends, she has neighbors, she has causes.
But Ellie has never fit in.
When her artist mother's fight with cancer takes a bad turn, Ellie is forced to reenter her family's perfect world to help care for her. As the two women struggle to reconnect, Ellie begins to understand that her family might not be as unblemished as it seems.
As her mother's condition worsens, Ellie embarks on a journey toward forgiveness, hope, and healing. Is there a place of peace for her? And like her mother, must she travel halfway around the world to find it?

About Elizabeth Musser

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Elizabeth Musser, an Atlanta native, lives in southern France with her husband and their two sons. Her acclaimed novel, "The Swan House", was a Book Sense bestseller list in the Southeast and was selected as one of the top Christian books for 2001 by Amazon's editors. "Searching for Eternity "is her sixth novel. Visit Elizabeth's Web site at www.elizabethmusser.com
Published August 10, 2005 by Bethany House. 416 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction, Religion & Spirituality. Non-fiction

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In this enjoyable, somewhat complicated sequel to The Swan House , Musser continues the tragedy-scarred story of artist Mary Swan Middleton through the first-person narrative of her troubled daughter, Ellie.

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