Very Good. Northwest Pub 1994 Unread, ninimal wear to bright glossy cover with one small corner crease on back, tight bright unmarked text. ReviewDoes it take a death to know what a life is worth For the characters in Susan Clayton-Goldner's novel, Finding A Way Back, the answer is yes. The death of Bryan Hadley teaches his family what life should be and helps them find themselves. By the end, they're on the road to peace--peace within themselves, with him, and with each other. A novel about suicide could be depressing, but this one offers love and redemption without being sentimental, offers understanding and hope for grieving survivors. A satisfying work by a promising author. --Review by Sara Jameson, Lifelines/Books, Grants Pass Daily Courier, February 12, 1994 From the PublisherA true rite of passage, Finding A Way Back is filled with pain and love, tragedy and hope. It is a journey through life. Author Susan Clayton-Goldner takes her readers on an honest and compassionate journey into the nightmare of drug addiction and death, through the rage of those left behind to a place of forgiveness and healing. She explores the ties that bind families together and the love and tragedy that sometimes break them apart.
ISBN: 1569010749, Trade paperback, 1st edition, Very Good Plus/pictorial wraps; light wear and minor rubbing/light scratches to covers and cover edges, creasing to bottom corner of last page, no names or internal markings, 8vo., 329 pages.,
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