Certainly the most metaphysically inspired biography of Mary Baker Eddy, written by Gilbert Congdon Carpenter and his son of the same name. Senior Carpenter was a secretary in Mrs. Eddy's beloved home Pleasant View for one year. At the conclusion of his service to her, she is recorded as having told him, "Gilbert, it is like taking my heart out to let you go. During your time here you have not committed a single moral offense." High praise indeed from the Leader of this world-wide movement that has healed so many and was the fastest-growing movement in the world at that time (1907). 295 pages, bound in blue leatherette binding; published by Aequus Institute.