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Memory Theft He lost his wife. Was a hand from the shadows now trying to destroy her memory? "This novel will show you the dangers and heartaches that can result from one of societies big problems today." -Ed Viening, Senior Editor (retired), Zondervan Publishing "Rich has woven together such subjects as grief recovery, grand theft, and addiction, and presents a faith-filled message to the reader." -The Rev. Dr. Jack D. Klunder, Author, Editor of the Historical Series of the Reformed Church in America and pastor "Rockwood observes human nature with the heart of a pastor and the eye of a hawk. A great read!" -Dr. Louis Lotz , Pastoral Leader of Central Reformed Church in Grand Rapids, MI, and former President of the General Synod of the Reformed Church in America In author Rich Rockwood's first novel, Memory Theft, John Jurgen retires to Rapid Falls to be near his family and find peace after the recent death of his wife, Rita. Now threatening letters and late-night calls from a collection agency demand that he pay his late wife's gambling debts which total almost $100,000. Determined to clear Rita's name and save his retirement, John uncovers a web of deceit that triggers a series of anxiety attacks. Encouraged by his sister-in-law's determination and his pastor's faith, John sets out on a journey of discovery that explores the question, "How well can we really know those we love?"
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Book Description WinePress Publishing, 2011. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M1414120052
Book Description WinePress Publishing, 2011. Paperback. Condition: New. Never used!. Seller Inventory # P111414120052