The Seventeen Second Miracle

Jason F Wright (Author)
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Product Details

Price
$15.00  $13.80
Publisher
Berkley Books
Publish Date
September 28, 2010
Pages
291
Dimensions
5.4 X 0.8 X 7.4 inches | 0.55 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9780425237946
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About the Author

Jason F. Wright is the national bestselling author of Christmas Jars. He's also a consultant whose editorial articles on politics, pop culture, and public policy have appeared in newspapers and magazines nationwide. He serves as founder and managing editor of the widely read political destination, PoliticalDerby.com.Jason fell in love with Virginia's Shenandoah Valley while researching the area for The Wednesday Letters, and with the enthusiastic blessing of his wife, Kodi, he recently relocated with her and their four children to the historic town of Woodstock. A sign on their door says, "Friends welcome. Family by appointment only."

Reviews

"Sharp prose, clever characterizations, thought-provoking insights....fresh and spiritual."
- Don Piper, New York Times bestselling author of 90 Minutes in Heaven and Heaven is Real

"Passionate, spiritual and thought-provoking...[A] beautifully written book."
- Glenn Beck, talk radio and FOX news host, #1 New York Times bestselling author

"Celebrates the incredible joys of the human experience."
- Kevin Milne, author of The Nine Lessons

"Fans of author Jason F. Wright's previous inspirational novels...will delight in this uplifting tale."
- Birmingham Magazine

"Jason Wright's storytelling captures the reader's heart and draws them along on the journey to find forgiveness, acceptance and peace through this loving tale."
- Wichita Falls Times Record News

"The Cross Gardener is a quiet book with a quiet message of hope...Wright is to be commended for his passion and commitment to his subject."
- Deseret News

"Plenty of uplift and tradition-affirming sentiment."
- Publishers Weekly