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The Duet by Robert Elmer

The Duet

The Duet by Robert Elmer
Feb 17, 2004 | 304 Pages
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“As sweet and flavorful as Dutch apple pie, Robert Elmer’s The Duet is a welcome treat. I am so thrilled that Robert is now writing for adults as well as children–and I appreciate this loving look into a music teacher’s life and heart.” 
–Angela Hunt, author of The Debt

“Robert Elmer’s The Duet is a charming love story in which backgrounds and traditions clash. If you love music, nostalgia, or a rural setting, then this heartwarming novel is for you.”
–Randy Alcorn, author of Safely Home and Deadline

“The Duet is an absolute delight! How quickly the characters of Van Dalen became like my old and dearest friends. I can still hear the melody of their story playing in my heart.”
–Robin Lee Hatcher, best-selling author of Legacy Lane and Beyond the Shadows

“It’s never too late for love and Robert Elmer’s first delve into adult fiction conveys that comforting truth with a homespun wit and a unique voice. The Duet is peopled with characters of many stripes, many dimensions, yet they all intersect in the place where grace abounds. Wonderful.”
–Lisa Samson, best-selling author of The Church Ladies and The Living End.

“The Duet is a delightfully romantic story with real meat on its bones. If I wasn’t laughing out loud, I was smiling, and if I wasn’t smiling, I was crying. Robert Elmer writes with a charming voice. Truly one of the best novels I’ve read in years.”
–Deborah Raney, author of A Nest of Sparrows and Beneath a Southern Sky

The Duet is a charming, witty example of masterful storytelling.  Chuckles and hankies–you’ll need them both in this ‘ very goot book’!”
–Lori Copeland, author of the Morning Shade series, A Case of Bad Taste and A Case of Crooked Letters

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