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Talking to the Dead, by Bonnie Grove

Talking to the Dead, by Bonnie Grove

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Published by David C Cook
When a young widow’s husband speaks to her from beyond the grave, she consults a spiritualist, a shrink, and an exorcist before a warmhearted pastor helps her find the grace to forgive—and go on.
When a young widow’s husband speaks to her from beyond the grave, she consults a spiritualist, a shrink, and an exorcist before a warmhearted pastor helps her find the grace to forgive—and go on.

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Published by: David C Cook on Apr 03, 2009
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 What people are saying about …
Talking to the Dead
“It isn’t oten that I get so hooked on the characters and story thatI orget time and purpose.
alking to the Dead 
caught hold o my heart rom page one. It takes a gited and intuitive writer like Bonnieto bring humor into the middle o such a serious story. Call her the Jodi Picoult o Christian ction! Beautiully done! I can’t wait toread the next story she writes.
Francine Rivers,
best-sellingauthor o 
Redeeming Love 
“Rarely have I read a book that so completely captivated me. Aterreading the opening line on page one, I stayed up hal the night tonish it. Bonnie Grove earns the title o master storyteller in
alking to the Dead.
Te tale o one woman’s journey through grie, mentalillness, and betrayal is upliting and lled with hope. Te descriptionthat ts best is hauntingly beautiul.”
 Ane Mulligan,
editor, Novel Journey,and Actionado columnist“In
alking to the Dead,
Bonnie Grove takes readers on a vivid journey through the memories o a woman grieving or her late husband. We’re drawn into Kate’s lie, gripped by the slowly unolding dramathat unravels her sometimes-painul past and, more importantly,
 
reveals the key to her uture. A captivating, powerul story. I highly recommend it.
 Virginia Smith,
author o 
 Age before Beauty 
and the Sister-to-Sister series
alking to the Dead 
will break your heart and put it back together,better than new. God bless Bonnie Grove or this riveting, insightul,unorgettable story! I couldn’t put it down.”
Kathleen Popa,
author o 
o Dance inthe Desert 
and
Te Feast of Saint Bertie 
“Bonnie Grove’s amazing novel takes the reader on a unique andcompelling journey into loss and restoration; a blend o 
Te Pilot’s Wife 
and
Girl, Interrupted 
. Well done.”
Sharon K. Souza,
author o 
Lying on Sunday 
alking to the Dea
is a deeply moving narrative about grie, sanity,love, betrayal, and hard-won redemption. Bonnie Grove entices,tortures, then salves her readers through gritty characters and pitch-perect writing. I thought about this book long ater I put it down,and it stays with me today. Highly recommended.
Mary E. DeMuth,
author o 
Watching the ree Limbs 
and
Daisy Chain
alking to the Dead 
is a shirk-your-duties kind o book. You’ll readit to the neglect o laundry and cooking and bring it with you toread in the car at stoplights. With a story that unolds in the mostsurprising ways and a protagonist so true-to-lie you eel like you

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