Parting the Veil: Stories from a Mormon Imagination
Miracles, premonitions, visits from the dearly departed: these are the subjects of the short stories that lend Parting the Veil its name. They are based on actual events. Even the tale of Ida, a Sunday school organist, and how one day she put all her underclothing in the wash and pranced naked through the spin cycle, thinking no one would ever know. The ensuing comedy confirms that God sees everything.
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