Book: The Angel of Recovery (Witnesses Book 2) by Richard Frenchcategories: Book, 17th Century, Cults, Warfare, Christian Faith, Recovery from Trauma, Literary Fiction
Richard Frenchabout this book: "The Angel of Recovery" continues the story of Paul Kingsley and his encounter with some of the main conflicts in America's past and present. He and his family set off on a trip to an island near the coast of Georgia, where Kingsley hopes to move forward on his mission to bring down the leader of a criminal cult who happens to be his cousin. As he and his family drive south, he finds samples of the cult's influence.
A veteran who served in the American military during a failed Asian war, he uses his love for writing fiction to tell stories about people whose lives warfare has disrupted, some of which are included in this volume.
The novel also focuses on the editor Stephanie Markham, who brings the various strands of the narrative together and who has suffered losses both because of the failed war and the machinations of the Scythian cult.
The underlying theme of the novel is that no matter how wretched daily life can get, people can endure and cope well and the hope of healing and recovery doesn't die out.
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