At Home with the Angels
Multi-Media Publications Inc., 2008 - 248 pages
"At Home with the Angels" is an elaborate and moving story about Megan Ross, a recently widowed woman, who receives a telephone call from her dead husband. As news of this event spreads, more people want to reach out and speak with loved ones who have died. People take strong sides in the growing conflict; many believing the occurrence is blasphemous with others insisting that speaking with the dead be accepted as part of an ordinary everyday existence. Numerous preconceived attitudes about the afterlife hinder acceptance of the miracle in this small town in Colorado. Did the event really happen? A work of fiction that contains some truth, "At Home with the Angels" is a thought-provoking and unforgettable novel.
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