The Con Man's Daughter

by Candice Curry (Author) }


The Con Man's Daughter

Format: Paperback

Vendor: Baker Books

Publication Date: May 16, 2017

ISBN: 0801019613

ISBN-13: 9780801019616

Number of Pages: 208

Weight: 0.56 lb

Dimensions: 8.5 × 5.5 (inches)

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When Candice Curry was a little girl, she put her hand in her father\'s back pocket so that she wouldn\'t get lost in large crowds. Little did she know that as she followed him, he was plying his trade: conning people. Her family drove stolen cars, lived in stolen houses, and shopped with stolen credit cards. Drug use was regular, as were visits from strange people who were trying to track her father down. Though she eventually cut ties with her father, Candice could not ignore the scars that were left from her childhood.

This is her story, one steeped in secrets but one that, ultimately, led her to a place of forgiveness and freedom. As she struggles to understand her criminal father, as well as her own imperfect life, Candice comes to realize that we are not defined by our circumstances but rather by how we react to those circumstances. She\'s found peace in the knowledge that God doesn\'t love us because we\'re perfect--but because he is.

Author Info

Candice Curry spent years working in sales doing what she felt she had to instead of what she wanted to. Then she put her faith in God and gave it all up to share her story through writing. The daughter of a con man and convicted criminal, Candice started a blog as a form of therapy, which has grown into a worldwide ministry and landed her on TODAY and Good Morning America. A speaker and a contributor to The Huffington Post, Today.com, and several other sites, Candice has a passion to give hope to those suffering the pain of rejection, the burden of unforgiveness, and the emptiness of great loss. Candice and her husband, Brandon, have five children and recently welcomed her sixteen-year-old sister into their home. They live in San Antonio, Texas, in the former home of her childhood best friend.

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