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Kate who loved her husband so deeply.
Her stories touch me at a very deep place; she is able to articulate the many stories of life with humor as well as throught the use of vivid description.
Her stories are powerful testimony to ordinary people giving and receiving love during times of loss and tragedy.
True story of widowed game warden chaplain raising 4 children in Maine woods. Some spiritual insights.Published 20 days ago by LindaFaith
What a great story about life, death, love, family, hope and..... It touched all my emtions and even had me laughing. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Amy J Kesten
The author's life leads her to new life and being there for others. Real stories shed light and hope on midst of questions life poses.Published 1 month ago by Rainbow in the Rubble
This book is on the United Methodist Women reading list and I liked it a lot. Very easy book to read.Published 2 months ago by charlotte e
I loved this book. It is well written true story about the death of Kate's husband who was a Maine State Trouper, and Kate's journey to become a Unitarian/Universalist minister. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Cherokee
This book kept me wanting to see what was next. A little sad, but still rewarding. I would recommend this book.Published 3 months ago by 25*Tu
I hated this book. It was shallow and predictable. I couldn't even make it to the end. I didn't thing it was well written either. sorry.Published 3 months ago by Joyce Minosh
I stumbled upon this book via a memorial to Drew posted on the Maine State police Facebook page. As the wife of a Maine State trooper myself, I felt urged to read Kate's book. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Rachel Lacoste