Fantastic read. I am following up with all her books. See a new trend coming of God working through this new (to our generation) medium to reach us with the message of a future eternity. It all comes together with what I have already known to be true, the holy scriptures. I have 88 years behind me and lots of experiences. This comes through as Truth. And I am
quite tired of fiction when it comes to the Spiritual.
I was so impressed with this one I had to find and read the next two.
Also found her Daily Devotional and have given it as a gift to my daughter.
Her words are an inspiration. Something we really need now when we are so depressed by the daily news and world events.
I simply absorbed this book. It not only filled in many blanks in my knowledge of American History but brought in events around the world
occurring at the same time. People and events that are so important to
our own History.
This is so lovely I have requested a hardcover copy to keep. Margaret Truman has woven much American History into this piece, much of it (the last 80 years, I remember. A great memory retriever. I love it.
If you have fruit trees or berry bushes you'll love this beautiful book. It has 108 pages of information and beautiful color photographs by
Faith Echtermeyer. The cover is a mouthwatering full color fruit display.
When we think of London our first thoughts are usually of Buckingham Palace, Westminster Abbey, and Big Ben. London's image seems inexorably tied to the landmarks of its glorious history and the reminders of the British Empire's age of splendor.
Yet there is another, darker London which is no less famous--the city of fog-enshrouded midnights and alley-ways lit eerily by gas lamps. It is a place of mayhem, murder and mystery, which serves to remind us that even amid glory and splendor, there is evil.
In this bone-chilling collection of twenty-two stories, some of London's most macabre wordsmiths offer a guided tour of the city's darker side. Each story is rich in details of the metropolis's most deadly ground, taking you through the neighborhoods where Jack the Ripper and other infamous villains once stalked. The criminals, however, do not stand unopposed. This same city is the site of Holmes's Baker Street. Poirot's Park Lane and the world-famous Scotland Yard. Tales by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, Agatha Christie, P.D.James, Ruth Rendell, Dorothy L. Sayers and Graham Greene set the mood for London After Midnight and you will be
convinced that you hear footsteps on the cobblestones behind you as the fog rolls in.
I read this book through but did not feel the uplift and inspiration I expected (from such a title). I rather felt my mind had been dragged through the gutter. I got the impression the author does not believe miracles really happen. I am sorry about that. I am removing it from my bookshelf and discarding it. I am not a catholic but I do believe in miracles. To me this book had no value. FW