Reunion: Along That Bridged Two Worlds

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Doubleday Direct, Jan 1, 1997 - Bereavement - 240 pages
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"Jessica, I will come back to say goodbye," Zeke Ezell told his wife, stretching out his hand to her as doctors wheeled him into the operating room. Zeke lost his battle for life. But the day after his death, a beautiful white malamute appeared among the mourners in Jessica's backyard. Joyfully leaping up to lick the faces of Zeke's wife and children, the mysterious dog seemed to recognize everyone, although no one had ever seen her before. But Jessica sensed that this "reunion" was no accident. This white dog strongly resembled Zeke's beloved malamute, who had passed on years earlier. Could Zeke actually have sent Jessica a messenger of love from the world of spirit?

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One Emergency
Two Letting Go
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Ezell lives in rural Tennessee and works as a Registered Nurse in a unit that treats alcoholism and drug addiction.

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