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The Reluctant Belsnickel of Opelt's Wood (Secrets of Marienstadt Book 9)

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  • Sales Rank:209,506
  • Format:Kindle eBook
  • Language:English (Published)
  • Media:Kindle Edition
  • Pages:276
  • Publication Date:December 12, 2013
  • ASIN:B0069A25CG


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Novella (23k words) – Folklore / Mythology / Romance – When Father Nicholas Bauer becomes the pastor of St. Walburga's in a rural Pennsylvania Dutch community he make it his mission to revive some of the Old World Traditions including Belsnickel. According to the local legend, Belsnickel was an old man who lived in the woods and visited children on the evening of December 6th to see if they've been bad or good. He recruits his childhood friend Gretchen Fritz who owns a quilting shop called the Calico Cuckoo. Both of them grew up with Oliver Eberstark and Father Nick is determined to get Oliver to play Belsnickel for the local children. When they were young Oliver was a popular athlete and local heart-throb but now he is a recluse he lives alone at his grandfather's sawmill deep in Oplet's Wood. As the plans for Belsnickel and Christmas progress Father Nick hopes to understand what happened to Oliver and why he is now a hermit and Gretchen rediscovers why half the girls in town had crushes on him.

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