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UNIQUE SELLING POINTS THE HARDEST THING TO DO THE HOUR BEFORE DAWN REMEMBER ME The continuation of the Hawk the Dove series The Hardest Thing to Do starts one year after the end of the third book The Long Fall in the early fourteenth century. The peaceful monastery of St Alcuins is adjusting to its new abbot who is taking the place of Father Peregrine when an old enemy arrives seeking refuge. Reluctantly taking in Prior William the upended community must address old fears and bitterness while warily seeking reconciliation. But can they really trust Prior William In her fourth book in the series Penelope Wilcock wrestles with the difficulties of forgiveness and the cautions of building trust. What is truly the hardest thing to do The Hour Before Dawn finds Abbot John in shock after learn- ing of the rape of his sister and the murder of his mother. The Hour Before Dawn explores the psychological impact of grief and trauma and the possibility of healing. Wilcock skillfully weaves themes of the resurrection and ascension throughout the story exploring the process of having survived suffering but not yet having moved on. Remember Me is the story of Father William in love but he has more to worry about than simply upholding his vows. The brotherhood is running out of money and Father William must decide whether or not to take matters into his own hands. Remember Me unlocks the story of one mans struggles mis- takes and hearts longings and traces the possibility of what it means to get things wrong and to begin again. Based on solid historical research Wilcocks representation of monastic life is authentic rich with poetic prose and a sense of time and place. Penelope Wilcock is the author of The Hawk and the Dove series and other books such as 100 Stand-Alone Bible Studies. For many years Wilcock was a Methodist minister and has previously worked as a hospice and school chaplain. She has five adult daugh- ters and lives in Hastings East Sussex. www.kregel.com 12 FICTION ISBN 978-1-78264-152-0 9 7 8 1 7 8 2 6 4 1 5 2 0 The Hardest Thing to Do The Hour Before Dawn Remember Me Penelope Wilcock Wonderful reads with strik- ing insights into the human condition Profound encounters with goodness Explore the psychological impact of grief and trauma on an individual 978-1-78264-148-3 14.99 Paperback 5 x 7.75 256 pages Fiction Historical Lion Fiction Rights NA September 27 2015 978-1-78264-150-6 14.99 Paperback 5 x 7.75 208 pages Fiction Historical Lion Fiction Rights NA September 27 2015 978-1-78264-152-0 14.99 Paperback 5 x 7.75 208 pages Fiction Historical Lion Fiction Rights NA September 27 2015 THE HAWK AND THE DOVE SERIES 4 5 6 ISBN 978-1-78264-148-3 9 7 8 1 7 8 2 6 4 1 4 8 3 ISBN 978-1-78264-150-6 9 7 8 1 7 8 2 6 4 1 5 0 6