The Secret of the Fourth Candle

The Secret of the Fourth Candle

Patricia St. John / Feb 21, 2020

The Secret of the Fourth Candle Three exciting stories set in North Africa written by the best selling author who worked there as a missionary Each story teaches Christian truths Newly revised for to make them accessible to t

  • Title: The Secret of the Fourth Candle
  • Author: Patricia St. John
  • ISBN: 9780802476814
  • Page: 201
  • Format: Paperback
  • Three exciting stories set in North Africa, written by the best selling author who worked there as a missionary Each story teaches Christian truths Newly revised for 2002, to make them accessible to today s reader The language and description have been simplified without diminishing any of the atmosphere and emotive effect.

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    About "Patricia St. John"

      • Patricia St. John

        Patricia Mary St John spent 27 years as a dedicated missionary to North Africa and was also a prolific children s writer Her books are loved and treasured around the world some have been turned into stirring films Gripping adventures which cover real life issues are her hallmark.


    622 Comments

    1. Aww, Patricia St. John wrote the sweetest stories! This book is a collection of three short stories, all set in what I believe is Morocco. The first was my least favorite. Even though it's a cute story, it felt very rushed. The second and third are both better written and I really enjoyed them. Note: I did NOT read the revised version of this book, contrary to the book description. St. John's writing was perfectly "accessible" to begin with and I'm appalled that publishers have so little faith i [...]


    2. Just reread this, which I hadn't picked up since I was a small child. I was interested to see if I still liked it.The book is composed of three stories set somewhere in North Africa--not sure exactly where. Perhaps unsurprisingly for a book written in 1954, the first two stories, though charming, have a whiff of "thank goodness the white British people came with their Bibles and their knowledge". The stories are still lovely, and the indigenous children who are the main characters are beautifull [...]


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