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A Wind at My Back Christmas

A Wind at My Back Christmas

Christmas in New Bedford is not how it should be. Grace and her mother have gone to Europe to recover her husband's belongings when war breaks out and they are stranded. At home, Toppy is in a tizzy because she is directing the town pageant. Hub, who is planning on becoming a priest, returns home from school for the holidays and brings a surprise with him - a girlfriend who is a Jewish refugee.

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"My whole family loved this series but felt there needed to be more after season five ended. This is a much more complete ending, another lovely visit with the wonderful characters we grew to love." -Amazon Canada, Customer Review

Christmas in New Bedford is not how it should be. Grace and her mother have gone to Europe to recover her husband's belongings when war breaks out and they are stranded. At home, Toppy is in a tizzy because she is directing the town pageant. Hub, who is planning on becoming a priest, returns home from school for the holidays and brings a surprise with him - a girlfriend who is a Jewish refugee.

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