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  • Paperback
  • 314
  • My Mothers Chamomile
  • Susie Finkbeiner
  • English
  • 07 March 2019
  • 9781939023360

10 thoughts on “My Mothers Chamomile

  1. says:

    All I'm saying is it's really strange to sit and read a book you wrote Very very strange

  2. says:

    Susie Finkbeiner pulled off what all writers want to achieve She placed me the reader smack in the middle of the

  3. says:

    The most original piece of fiction I've read in years My Mother's Chamomile is the contemporary tale of a family in the funeral directormortician line of work It is not sensational in any way but it is so real it just might turn your

  4. says:

    My Mother's Chamomile is the depiction of a family of morticians in Middle Main Michigan For 50 years the Eliots have assisted families through the most difficult stage of life death Years of dealing with death and grief p

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    “The courage to take a meager step some days exhausted me But bravery could bring glory to my Lord I just had to believe it” OlgaThe Eliot

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    This story is told in alternating chapters by Olga the grandmother of the family and Evelyn the adult granddaughter The author does an excellent job of distinguishing between the voices of the two women There's never any doubt about who's telling their part of the family's storyThat aside this is an absolutely wonderful book Since it centers around a family who runs a funeral home there are times when it would

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    This story drew me in from the very beginning I felt like a part of this family a part of the story Death is something we all want to push away and hope we won't have to face Whether sudden or gradual the loss of a loved one is extre

  8. says:

    I fell in love with these characters I wanted to be a part of their family pray for them shared in their grief a lot These characters so beautifully written left a lasting imprint on my soul I want to visit them have some tea with them and see how they are doing

  9. says:

    Felt part of this very loving Christian family This book was thought provoking humorous at times and so touching Loved the portrayal of Olga Clive’s relationship Susie Finkbeiner wrote a very real book Loved it

  10. says:

    Loved this book

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My Mothers Chamomile

She's met a man who understands her she must deal with her mother's heartbreaking news Always able to calm others and say just the right thing she is now overwhelmed with helplessness as she watches Gretchen slip away They are tasting only the drought of tragedywhere is the deluge of comfort God promis. This story drew me in from the very beginning I felt like a part of this family a part of the story Death is something we

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O fixes everything is unable to cure what ails her precious daughter She is forced to face her worst fears How can she possibly trust God with Gretchen's life A third generation mortician Evelyn is tired of the isolation that comes with the territory of her unconventional occupation Just when it seems. The courage to take a meager step some days exhausted me But bravery could bring glory to my Lord I just had to believe

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Desperate for the rains of mercy Middle Main Michigan has one stop light one bakery one hair salonand one funeral home The Eliot Family has assisted the grieving people in their town for over fifty years After all those years of comforting others they are the ones in need of mercy Olga the matriarch wh. The most original piece of fiction I ve read in years My Mother s Chamomile is the contemporary tale of a family in the fu


About the Author: Susie Finkbeiner

Susie Finkbeiner is the author of All Manner of Things as well as the CBA bestselling Pearl Spence seriesWhen she’s not writing or traveling to speak at retreats or conferences Susie enjoys lunch dates with her husband reading with her kids and drinking coffee with good friends