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Although born in Wales, Anne Bradshaw grew up in England and now lives in the USA. When not glued to the chair typing, she is reading, walking, pottering in the garden, or enjoying photography. "True Miracles with Genealogy: Volume One" is Anne's sixth published book. It is also available as an eBook for all electronic readers. Volume Two is now available in both formats. DINGO, Anne's recent teen mystery/suspense is currently selling as an eBook. The print version of DINGO is available at Amazon.com.
The book was interesting but is really focused on LDS church members.Published 7 days ago by Bryce E. Jones
There is an old saying that "our ancestors want to connect to us" and the many stories of improbable happenings proves that is true, otherwise how could you explain such... Read morePublished 14 months ago by Patricia Jorgensen
So very inspiring and open the mind, heart and spirit to so many possibilities. I read this book at a very tragic time in our lives. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Genbug
Love Anne Bradshaw's perspective and the way she writes! I met her years ago and I believe I own every one of her books now! Great book!Published 21 months ago by Sharon P
I read this book in spite of some reviews that felt it was too focused on the LDS philosophies, and I agree that it is, but that didn't detract from some of the amazing stories it... Read morePublished 21 months ago by Sheryl Ackerman
I bought this book on my Kindle on Dec 13th and returned it for a refund on the 14th. These are not miracles and a lot of people do genealogy, not only Mormons and I grew to resent... Read morePublished 22 months ago by Pat Burckhardt
If you want to be inspired to do your genealogy, this is the book for you! I love genealogy and finding those long dead is so rewarding!Published 22 months ago by Vicki Firth
I hadn't realised when I bought the book how much about the Mormon church was going to come into it.
I found it a bit "over the top" and won't be buying volume 2.
I love history and in reading Anne Bradshaw's book True Miracles with Genealogy ~ Help From Beyond the Veil I was not disappointed with the historical aspects of the genealogical... Read morePublished 24 months ago by Lee Lane