True Tales of Angel Encounters

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Llewellyn Worldwide, 2009 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 303 pages

A beautiful premature baby girl thrives after being visited by a loving nurse-a nurse that none of the other hospital staff have ever heard of. A cab driver picks up a unlikely passenger who offers just the advice the cabbie needs-then disappears into thin air.

Ordinary people of diverse faiths, including the non-religious, have experienced the wonder of angels. This fascinating collection of true stories highlights how spiritual beings—manifesting as a kind stranger, a radiant figure, or a comforting presence—have touched lives around the world.

These personal tales offer a compelling glimpse of angels at work—protecting children, giving advice during a crisis, comforting the dying, bringing messages from loved ones who have passed on, and offering strength at the darkest hour. Author Carmel Reilly presents a colorful array of true angel encounters:

Angels in Times of Crisis • Healing Angels
Guardian Angels and Messengers
Angels, Spirit Guides, and Ghosts


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About the author (2009)

Carmel Reilly is the author of True Tales of Angel Encounters, which was previously published in the U.K. as Walking with Angels: True Stories of Heavenly Encounters. She worked as a teacher before becoming a writer, illustrator, and editor. She has a longstanding interest in matters of spirituality and the paranormal - other titles she has worked on include The Day My Life Changed and Dear God. She currently lives in North London with her husband, daughter, and three cats.

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