WHERE MIRACLES HAPPEN by Joan Wester Anderson

WHERE MIRACLES HAPPEN

True Stories of Heavenly Encounters
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KIRKUS REVIEW

 The author of the bestselling Where Angels Walk (not reviewed) returns to bear testimony about the power of prayer and the existence of miracles. Anderson collects miracle tales: Her own engagement ring and wedding band are found (mirabile dictu) by a friend in a pile of raked leaves after a well-timed prayer; while being hauled out of the rough sea onto a boat, a man feels invisible hands pushing him up. As premonitions and visitations mount and prayers are answered in the most doggone ways, readers will either (1) write to Anderson's P.O. box, offering their miracle stories for use in her future books, as she asks them to, or (2) run, fighting the gag reflex, in the general direction of the nearest snake-oil salesman. (Literary Guild selection)

Pub Date: Sept. 26th, 1994
ISBN: 0-9636620-1-5
Page count: 256pp
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Kirkus Reviews Issue: June 15th, 1994