Jack and Laurel have been married for 39 years. Theyve lived a good life and appear to have had the perfect marriage. With his wife cradled in his arms, and before Jack takes his last breath, he scribbles his last Wednesday Letter. When their adult children arrive to arrange the funeral, they discover boxes and boxes full of love letters that ...
Jack and Laurel have been married for 39 years. Theyve lived a good life and appear to have had the perfect marriage. With his wife cradled in his arms, and before Jack takes his last breath, he scribbles his last Wednesday Letter. When their adult children arrive to arrange the funeral, they discover boxes and boxes full of love letters that their father wrote to their mother each week on Wednesday. As they begin to open and read the letters, the children uncover the shocking truth about the past. In addition, each one must deal with present- day challenges. Matthew has a troubled marriage, Samantha is a single mother, and Malcolm is the black sheep of the family who has returned home after a mysterious two- year absence. The Wednesday Letters has a powerful message about forgiveness and quietly beckons for readers to start writing their own Wednesday Letters.
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This is a simple, easy read of Christian fiction.
I loved it....the real life story, the interweaving
of family members' lives and a truth message
of Christian marriage and family. Plan to
read other books by this author. A family-member
recommended this one to me.
Mar 8, 2012
Wednesday Letters - Great Book
This book was in great condition, and was an excellent read!
Oct 7, 2008
A LOVE STORY THAT IS REAL & SUSPENSEFUL
Wednesday Letters is so different than the usual romance mystery. It brought together a typical family with each member's childhood and then unique yet different adulthood . you like love stories and mysteries that have a moral this is it. The ending surprised me even though there were clues along the way. I want to read more about this family and the next generations. The author obviously is able to influence his writings with his strong faith based principles. I enjoyed the way he kept the suspense going yet pushed his values along with the lessons learned in life and death.
Publishers Weekly, 2007-08-27 In the wake of his bestselling Christmas Jars comes a sweetly crafted story from Wright, a Virginia businessman. Jack and Laurel Cooper are two hardworking, loving Christian pillars of the community who die in each other's arms one night in the bed-and-breakfast that they own and operate. The event calls their three grown children home for the funeral, including their youngest son, a fugitive from the law who must face an outstanding warrant for his arrest and confront his one true love, now engaged to another man. As events unfold around the funeral, the three children discover a treasure trove of family history in the form of "Wednesday letters"-notes that Jack wrote to his wife every single week of their married lives. As they read, the children brush across the fabric of a devoted marriage that survived a devastating event kept secret all these years. It's a lovely story: heartening, wholesome, humorous, suspenseful and redemptive. It resonates with the true meaning of family and the life-healing power of forgiveness all wrapped up in a satisfying ending. (Oct.) Copyright 2007 Reed Business Information.
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