Pandora’S Box

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AuthorHouse, Sep 15, 2011 - Religion - 168 pages
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This book is about regrets, mystery and past wrongs. It is also about forgiveness, faith and fixing lives and situations with the only person who can fix lives. In the beginning things appear that are disturbing and surprising. When Cassie goes to look after and nurse her sister through the last throws of cancer and finally death, she unaware of where that journey will finally take her and her extended family. Situations are sensitive and unchartered territory. Unraveling and dealing with it is a little threatening but the truth and forgiveness will out. The situation is scary but through faith lives can be changed.
 

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Judy Cooper was born in Birmingham, England moving to Kent, England where she spent most of her childhood. On marrying David Cooper and having a family of 3 girls they moved from Poole, Dorset to Canada in 1974. Living in Alberta for 6 years before moving up at the start of the Alaska highway in Fort St John, learning much about the North of Canada. They returned to Innisfail, Alberta in 2002. This is now their home. She loves Canada and the great outdoors and appreciates Gods creation. She loves reading and writing and is in the process of writing other novels.

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