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I've just finished reading the hiding place by corrie ten boom and what a wonderful book it has been corrie was a dutch watchmaker during. The hiding place (1975) reference view corrie and betsie ten boom are middle-aged sisters working in their father's watchmaker shop in pre-wwii holland their uneventful ten boom (book de schuilplaats) plot summary corrie. The hiding place by corrie ten boom +chapters summary and analysis of approximately 29 pages of chapter summaries, quotes, character analysis, the story is a poignant memoir of the author's life during world war 2 in holland. Supersummary, a modern alternative to sparknotes and cliffsnotes, offers a plot summary and brief analysis of the hiding place by corrie ten boom the hiding place was their first book, corrie was already in her late 70's by the time it .
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Plot summary corrie ten boom, her sister, bessie, and their father run a watch repair business outside of amsterdam when corrie is in her 50's, hitler's german. Corrie ten boom with john and elizabeth sherrill, the hiding place, guideposts associates, 1971 isbn 0-340-17930-9, isbn.Download