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Burnt the Peas whilst Washing the Cherubs: The Lambeth Palace Years of Audrey Heaton 1959-1974

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Burnt the Peas whilst Washing the Cherubs: The Lambeth Palace Years of Audrey Heaton 1959-1974: "When we packed up Audrey Heaton's little house, after she went in to a Care Home in 2006, tiny pocket diaries were found in a mouldering shoes bag under her bed. I didn't look at them until after her death six years later, for to do so would have been intrusive and wrong. Once I began sorting through them (and they started well before the Second World War and ended in the 1990s) they revealed simplistic but fascinating records. Similar to potato crisps or salted peanuts, I just had to consume one more page, one more week. What has emerged is a remarkable life totally devoted to the service of God and her fellow man. 'The Lambeth Palace Years' are just part of that life. Audrey was a very special person."

Book in very good condition.

Item details

Author(s):
Heaton, A.
Condition:
Used: very good
Edition:
Undated
Format:
Paperback
Number of pages:
425
Publisher:
Jenny de Robeck

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Burnt the Peas whilst Washing the Cherubs: The Lambeth Palace Years of Audrey Heaton 1959-1974: "When we packed up Audrey Heaton's little house, after she went in to a Care Home in 2006, tiny pocket diaries were found in a mouldering shoes bag under her bed. I didn't look at them until after her death six years later, for to do so would have been intrusive and wrong. Once I began sorting through them (and they started well before the Second World War and ended in the 1990s) they revealed simplistic but fascinating records. Similar to potato crisps or salted peanuts, I just had to consume one more page, one more week. What has emerged is a remarkable life totally devoted to the service of God and her fellow man. 'The Lambeth Palace Years' are just part of that life. Audrey was a very special person."

Book in very good condition.

Author(s):
Heaton, A.
Condition:
Used: very good
Edition:
Undated
Format:
Paperback
Number of pages:
425
Publisher:
Jenny de Robeck

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