The Lost Note
Bachelor Harry Jones has lived on his south Saskatchewan farm all his life. His doctor has told him to get off the farm, as his arthritis is getting worse, but he doesn't like the idea of giving up his farm life to move to a nursing facility. Harry thinks a lot about the word hope, and his good neighbour and friend, Sam, encourages him to find faith.
Hannah, an employee in a nursing home in Manitoba, has to find a new job. She trusts in the Lord to meet her needs, and is eventually offered a position in a small town in Saskatchewan, where she experiences fulfillment again in her job as an activity director.
Follow the experiences of Harry and Hannah as they discover God's goodness in their lives, and even find new love and joy in their challenges.
About the Author
Eleanor Reed and her twin brother, Elmer Cook, were born on a farm near the hamlet of Keady, Ontario. She comes from a family of four boys and four girls. She and her husband, Albert, have lived in many places across Canada, and eventually retired in Owen Sound, Ontario. They have two children, Philip and Gloria, and five grand children.
Eleanor is a graduate of Canadian Bible College in Regina, Saskatchewan. She worked as a secretary for many years, and at the age of fifty entered a new career in the health care field. She enjoyed working two years with Red Cross Homemaking, and she was later employed by Dufferin Oaks Home for the Aged in Shelburne, Ontario, where she worked for thirteen years.
In her retirement years, Eleanor has participated in two writing courses with Long Ridge Writers' Group. She has written several short stories and some poetry. The Lost Note is her first novel.
Eleanor is very grateful to her husband, her siblings, and her extended family for their encouragement over the years and for many happy times together.