Book summary: The Son of Adam Wyngate

1952 BY MARY O'HARA

Adam Wyngate was a famous preacher, a man of great spiritual stature. Bartholomew, his son, is also a clergyman, the pastor of a fashionable church. He is passionately in love with his beautiful wife Louise and the crux of the story is his discovery of Louise's real nature and his desperate struggle to understand and to resolve their relationship in a way that shall not destroy them both.

Bartholomew himself is attractive to women and his calling exposes him to a good many curious approaches from them. This is a richly peopled, moving story about the eternal battle of the mind and the heart, the spirit and the flesh.

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