Tomorrow's Treasure

Paperback | June 2, 2009

byLinda Lee Chaikin

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Raised by her aunt and uncle at the rectory in the small English village of Grimston Way, lovely Evy Varley remembers little of her missionary parents and nothing of South Africa, the land where she was orphaned during the Zulu War of 1878. But when Sir Rogan Chantry, the arrogant and handsome son of the local Squire, accuses Evy’s mother of stealing the infamous Kimberly Black Diamond, Evy sets out to prove the rogue wrong and clear her mother’s name.

Secrets abound, however, from the diamond mines of South Africa to the halls of her own beloved rectory. Strangers come to Grimston Way for their own mysterious purposes, a stunned Evy finds that her own aunt and uncle may have concealed disturbing truths about her family, and the dashing Sir Rogan has his own reasons to seek the missing diamond.

Yet despite Rogan’s seemingly rakish ways and the class differences that render a romance between them impossible, Evy finds herself drawn to the man who was once her childhood friend and now holds the keys to her heart. Faced with a dangerous past and an uncertain future, Evy must draw upon her wits and her faith to pursue Tomorrow’s Treasure.

A story of faith, danger and romance, Tomorrow’s Treasure is a masterpiece of historical suspense fiction.

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Raised by her aunt and uncle at the rectory in the small English village of Grimston Way, lovely Evy Varley remembers little of her missionary parents and nothing of South Africa, the land where she was orphaned during the Zulu War of 1878. But when Sir Rogan Chantry, the arrogant and handsome son of the local Squire, accuses Evy’s mot...

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Raised by her aunt and uncle at the rectory in the small English village of Grimston Way, lovely Evy Varley remembers little of her missionary parents and nothing of South Africa, the land where she was orphaned during the Zulu War of 1878. But when Sir Rogan Chantry, the arrogant and handsome son of the local Squire, accuses Evy’s mot...

Linda Lee Chaikin has written numerous top-selling books and series, including the Silk series (Heart of India Trilogy), A Day to Remember series, The Empire Builders, Royal Pavilion Trilogy, Arabian Winds Trilogy, The Buccaneers Trilogy, and For Whom the Stars Shine, a finalist for the prestigious Christy Award. Two of her novels have...

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Format:PaperbackDimensions:400 pages, 8.25 × 5.45 × 0.85 inPublished:June 2, 2009Publisher:The Crown Publishing GroupLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0307458083

ISBN - 13:9780307458087

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“Tomorrow’s Treasure invites the reader to look closely at God’s fatherly care for his orphans and widows, particularly those whose families were martyred on the mission field.  An engaging historical novel!”–C. Hope Flinchbaugh, author of Daughter of China“Absorbing human drama, intriguing mystery, heart-pounding love interests, a dramatic setting–this novel has it all, including a good message expertly woven into the greater story. I can’t wait for Book Two!”–Lisa Tawn Bergren, bestselling author of The Captain’s Bride“Adventure. Intrigue. Romance. Settle back for an enjoyable read. Tomorrow’s Treasure is as old world as the setting, yet as contemporary as the human heart.” –Kathy Herman, bestselling author of The Baxter Series“Linda Chaikin has created a wonderful page-turner with this engaging historical novel. Her sense of time and place is exquisite, her characters so real they seem ready to step right off the page. This is a story rich with conflict, triumph over adversity, and wondrous testimony to God’s grace. Your heart will sing as you read.”–Diane Noble, award-winning author of Heart of Glass