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Sinopsis: What started out as a simple autobiography became a soul-searching adventure through all aspects of Gail M. Calderone's life, including her younger years, her marriages, the birth of her daughter, her best friend's battle with leukemia, the special bonds she shared with her loving dogs over the years, and the strange and confusing spiritual phenomena to which she finds herself connected.
After her first marriage failed, Gail unknowingly strives to find her soulmate. Because of her countless endeavors with those who have already crossed over, she struggles to find answers to many questions that plague her especially when loved ones are so close to death -such as the case of Dottie, her best friend; Brian, her lover; Michael, her brother; and her father.
Divine Closure, in fact, turned out to be a silent healer for it holds the answers she so desperately yearned for. Gail states, ''Personally speaking, my life has been an incredible journey, and I've since learned I now possess an ancient, tired heart, so I'll continue to pray to not return after I'm gone but if it's a must, please, God, please let me come back as a butterfly!''
About the Author: A native of Andover, Massachusetts, Gail M. Calderone now lives in Sanbornville, New Hampshire, with her husband, Clint Larrabee. She enjoys counted cross-stitching heirloom samplers, collecting antiques, vintage postcards, interior design, and working with acrylic paints.
Título: Divine Closure
Editorial: Dorrance Publishing Co. Inc 2007-11-01
Año de publicación: 2007
Condición del libro: Good
Descripción Pittsburgh, Dorrance., 2007. 202 pages. Softcover. Condition: very good. ISBN 9780805976267. Nº de ref. de la librería 25411
Descripción Dorrance Publishing Co. Inc, 2007. Paperback. Estado de conservación: Used: Good. Nº de ref. de la librería SONG0805976264