The Soldier's Ride: Inspiration from Desperation

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Parkway Publishers, 2009 - Fiction - 179 pages
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A busy career woman has car trouble and is forced to pull into a veteran's cemetary. There she meets an elderly woman who tells her an amazing story, the end of which is revealed by an elderly man. The mystery of how these people and their fates are intertwined will offer hope for those who are hurting or who have loved ones of their own fighting a distant war. The story is a salute to veterans everywhere, regardless the war, and the sacrifices they make for their country. It is also a story for those who are left behind and the sacrifices they make in wartime as well. Primarily, this is the story of parallel journeys, each derailed by war that are righted and put back on course thanks to family, friends, and faith.

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User Review  - Christy - Goodreads

Diana Meade is a busy career woman who spends the majority of her time working. Divorced from her husband, away fighting in Iraq, she has sole responsibility of their son. When Diana's car breaks down ... Read full review

About the author (2009)

Edie Hand has starred in national commercials and television soap operas and was CEO of her own advertising agency.

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