The Miracle

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Macmillan, Jul 10, 2005 - Fiction - 464 pages
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The Vatican Announces that the Virgin Mary will return to
Lourdes this year to Perform A Miracle Cure!

Will It Be A Miracle? Or Will It Be A Fraud?

Precious lives, loves, and happiness are at stake:

Ken Clayton: the young American who abandons medical treatment for the chance of miracle

Edith Moore: the Englishwoman whose miracle cure has made her famous against her will

Gisele Dupree, the French girl whose desperation to escape Lourdes will lead to violence

Liz Finch: the hard-bitten journalist who wants to "expose" Lourdes and its miracles

At the climax comes a surprise twist that only master storyteller Irving Wallace could pull off.
First published in 1984 The Miracle has everything we expect from Wallace at his best: rich, authentic detail, fast-paced plotting, suspense, and vivid characters.

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Irving Wallace wrote sixteen novels and seventeen nonfiction titles during his long career. Together his books sold more than 250,000,000 copies around the world; many became fixtures on the bestseller lists.

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