Beneath the Dover SkyBook - 2013
Recently-widowed Catherine Danforth returns to her family's estate to find her father has befriended an annoying German theologian, while Edward makes his move into the political arena.
Harvest House Publishers
Readers will be captivated by the upstairs/downstairs interplay as they once again savor this compelling sequel to Ashton Park and continue the saga of the well-loved Danforth family as they overcome obstacles by placing their trust in the God who has always been faithful through good times and bad.
For fans of the hugely popular Downton Abbey television series and lovers of British historical sagas, award-winning author Murray Pura continues the enthralling story of the Danforths of Lancashire.
The second book in the series (following Ashton Park) transports the reader back in time to 1924 as Sir William—recently named Lord Preston—celebrates his sixtieth birthday at the Danforth summer home in Dover.
Although the ravages of World War I are in the past, new threats loom as a man named Adoph Hitler publishes a book called Mein Kampf. Is he a danger to Europe? And what of Lord Preston’s growing friendship with an up and coming political leader named Winston Churchill?
On the home front, one of the Danforth daughters, the recently widowed Catherine, sells her home in Belfast to spend more time at Dover—where she finds herself annoyed at the impertinent German theologian her father has befriended.
The entire Danforth family faces many changes as illness and tragedy strike. Young Edward finally makes his move into the political arena while Michael and Libby welcome a new family member.
Readers will be captivated by the upstairs/downstairs interplay as they once again savor this compelling saga of the well-loved Danforth family overcoming obstacles by placing their trust in the God who has always been faithful.
Book 2 in The Danforths of Lancashire series