Faithful: A Novel Setting

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Lewiston Street

Helene's parents own a house on Lewiston Street. It is where Shelby used to go and play with Helene in their free time, but it is also now the location where Helene lies motionless and mute. This was once a place Shelby went to for childhood fun, but it is transformed into a tragic place Shelby avoids. But that is due to Shelby's inability to confront her guilt about the accident. Several people flock to Helene's house because of her reputation as a mystical healer. The house is covered with cars and people milling about on their front lawn. Lewiston Street becomes a destination for people to come and search for miracles.

Sue Richmond visits Helen and her family almost every week. Just after Shelby learns her mother has cancer, Sue forces Shelby to drive her around but asks to stop at Helene's house first. Shelby waits...

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