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Andy Andrews new book: The Heart Mender
August 6, 2010 - Cheryl Clarke
Imagine one of the greatest stories of forgiveness set during one of the greatest conflicts of the 20th century, and you have the story of "The Heart Mender."
Released earlier this year, Andy Andrews' latest offering will keep you spellbound until you finish it, as I have found all his books do. A master at weaving the "moral of the story" into everything he writes, including "The Traveler's Gift" and "The Noticer," Andrews does not disappoint with "The Heart Mender."
The time is 1945, the place is the white sands of the Gulf of Mexico. A young war widow comes across a German U-boat officer washed up on the shore, left for dead, and he must depend on her to survive. Her ambivalent feelings toward the young officer initially keep her from wanting to help him, but in the end, she discovers a way to forgive him and his country for taking her husband from her and...well, I can't give away the ending, but you will love it.
I have one copy of "The Heart Mender" available to a reader who can answer the question: Who was instrumental in getting Andrews' first book "The Traveler's Gift" published?" The answer can be found on his website http://www.andyandrews.com.
Just comment on this blog to post your answer. The first person to get the right answer wins a copy of "The Heart Mender," free, plus $5 shipping and handling.
"The Heart Mender" is available from Thomas Nelson Publishers, www.thomasnelson.com.
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