A New Name

A New Name Murray s name Van Rensselaer brings wealth and status until a split second and one hasty decision turns this gentleman s son into a fugitive Murray s joyride with a long lost childhood friend ends wit

  • Title: A New Name
  • Author: Grace Livingston Hill
  • ISBN: 9781616266530
  • Page: 409
  • Format: Paperback
  • Murray s name Van Rensselaer brings wealth and status until a split second and one hasty decision turns this gentleman s son into a fugitive Murray s joyride with a long lost childhood friend ends with Murray s car swerving off the road and lands Bessie in the hospital Murray thinks for good Suddenly, his only option is to run, but will running bring a fresh start or furMurray s name Van Rensselaer brings wealth and status until a split second and one hasty decision turns this gentleman s son into a fugitive Murray s joyride with a long lost childhood friend ends with Murray s car swerving off the road and lands Bessie in the hospital Murray thinks for good Suddenly, his only option is to run, but will running bring a fresh start or further tragedy As Murray assumes another young man s identity in a distant town, can a new name truly bring new life

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    1. An utterly unbelievable plot line from the beginning, but somehow it works anyway. The spiritual and character growth are truly moving.

    2. Grace Livingston Hill in her new book, “A New Name” Book One in the Love Endures series published by Barbour Publishing, Inc. takes us into the life of Murray Van Rensselaer.From the back cover: “It was impressed on him with letters of fire, written with a pen of iron in his soul…he was a murderer.”Born into a wealthy family with a respected name , a new identity had never been what Murray Van Rensselaer needed. Until one disastrous event changed everything. As his car swerved to avoid [...]

    3. I read this book a *long* time ago, but didn't realize it until I was about a third of the way through. (The new cover seems completely unrelated to the story.) I love GLH's stories, but this one seems incredibly far-fetched. It works as a "modern-day" retelling of the prodigal son (set in the 20s).

    4. I did not remember reading this book when my book club chose this book. As I began to read I could not remember how it ended. A young man is in a car accident. The wealthy man is now on the run from the law. The kindness of the town people where he hides out begin to convict his heart. You think at any moment he is going to get caught. The book keeps on on edge!

    5. This is a book that I read in college many years ago. It was fun to reread but did not have the excitement that modern Christian stories have.

    6. This was a nice easy fun summer read. It had some likable characters and a plot twist that I wasn't expecting. This book showed how God can change your character if you let Him.

    7. Incredibly slow. I knew what was happening the whole time. I don't think there was a single plot item that I couldn't see coming. Yet for some reason I still liked it. It was kind of sweet I guess.

    8. A quick read. Somewhat sentimental, but the growth of spiritual understanding and the repentance & new-found faith which the author describe ring true. There's also lots more lovely stuff about cosy, loving homes and good, simple food, as per usual in a GLH novel. Just the thing for a tired mind which requires a little rest and sanity.

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