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Mary Haskett | Reverend Mother's Daughter

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Reverend Mother's Daughter

by Mary Haskett

This book tells a story of brokenness, scandal, violation and betrayal. It is a riveting account of Mary's life told with heart warming honesty, charming humour and great doses of grace. In all of it -her birth in unusual circumstances, her childhood joys and struggles in war torn England, her great loves and painful disappointments, and her inspiring walk with Jesus-there is never a dull moment.
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1. Family
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2. Mystery Baby
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3. The Tunnel
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4. Where They Won't Find Us
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5. They Find Us Again
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6. Gas Masks, Tripe and Miss Angel
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7. Bath Night
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8. The Storm
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9. Peaches
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10. The Coming of the Americans
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11. Overcrowded
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12. It's Over
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13. Evacuees, the Sea and Manor Gardens
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14. Audley Park School for Girls
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15. Back to Thames Ditton
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16. Restless Souls
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17. Transition
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18. New Beginnings
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19. The Bird Must fly
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20. Mario
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21. The Passing of an Era
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22. Chaos
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23. Changes
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24. Green Pastures
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25. Election and Betrayal
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26. Friends
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27. A Revelation
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28. The Search
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29. Reflecting on Fran
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30. Winds of Change
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31. More Than One Wedding
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32. Connections
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33. Conquering Fear
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34. Family Again
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35. The End
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When the wife of an English clergyman gives birth to a little dark skinned baby girl, it is discovered that this child is the result of the mother’s affair with a young Nigerian student. The family shuns the child and wants to be rid of the scandalous situation. A compassionate nun, the Mother Superior of a home for the elderly in Thames Ditton, hears of the sad rejection, and offers to take the child in, eventually adopting the little girl as her own.

As war breaks out, the Reverend Mother takes in many more children, creating a haven of safety for hapless little ones who have lost their parents and fear for their very lives. But only Mary is her child, whom she fondly calls “my Mary”. The attacks on London force the evacuation of the children to the south of England, but the Reverend Mother stays behind to care for the elderly. Little Mary endures frightening war experiences and falls into the hands of abusers.

When she returns to Thames Ditton at the age of fourteen, Mary is torn between what she wants to do and what Reverend Mother insists she must do. Submitting to the will of her benefactor, she trains as a nurse. Later, she marries and experiences the excitement of life in Paris, the Bahamas and Italy. The marriage, however, brings heartache and crumbles. But through the trauma of it all, Mary is aware of a driving force in her life that ultimately brings her to Jesus Christ and the happiness that Reverend Mother always wanted for her.

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