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T.J. Stelten's story will take you on an extraordinary journey of triumph over fear with suspenseful plots and twists in the live of characters you will long remember ... Jesse, who made promises impossible to keep. Lora, was painfully questioned if little kids go to Hell. Isabelle, who blamed herself that William committed suicide. Dottie, who lived her life with a mirror in her hand, only hearing the sound of her own voice. Reko, who murdered for money, then laughed, deceiving everyone. Sister Marie, who said, "I understand clearly now how a sin becomes justifiable in the mind of the sinner." You will be taken on an emotional, spellbinding treadmill, savoring every page, mesmerized with each word, as the mystery unravels, still trying to guess how it ends! -- Back cover.
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