Remember Tuesday Morning - eBook
Stock No: WW16458EB
Remember Tuesday Morning - eBook  -     By: Karen Kingsbury

Remember Tuesday Morning - eBook

More in 911 Series
Zondervan / 2011 / ePub

In Stock
Stock No: WW16458EB

Buy Item Our Price$8.99
In Stock
Stock No: WW16458EB
Zondervan / 2011 / ePub
Add To Cart
Paypal Buy Now
Add To Wishlist
Add To Cart

Paypal Buy Now
Wishlist

Have questions about eBooks? Check out our eBook FAQs.

* This product is available for purchase only in certain countries.
  • Other Formats (2)
Other Formats (2)
  1. Select this Item Product Title/Author Availability Price Quantity
  2. $8.99
    In Stock
    Our Price$8.99
    Add To Cart
    0
    $8.99
  3. $24.99
    In Stock
    Our Price$24.99
    Add To Cart
    0
    $24.99

Product Description

A gripping story of danger and heroism by New York Times bestselling author Karen Kingsbury. L.A. sheriff's deputy Alex Brady fights crime during the worst fire season in California's history. Now he faces the ultimate test. Will he have the courage to open his heart to love again?

Product Information

Title: Remember Tuesday Morning - eBook
By: Karen Kingsbury
Format: DRM Protected ePub
Vendor: Zondervan
Publication Date: 2011
ISBN: 9780310334484
ISBN-13: 9780310334484
UPC: 025986334482
Series: 911
Stock No: WW16458EB

Publisher's Description

A wall went up around Alex Brady’s heart when his father, a New York firefighter, died in the Twin Towers. Turning his back on the only woman he ever loved, Alex shut out all the people who cared about him to concentrate on fighting crime. He and his trusty K9 partner, Bo, are determined to eliminate evil in the world and prevent tragedies like 9-11. Then the worst fire season in California’s history erupts, and Alex faces the ultimate challenge to protect the community he serves. An environmental terrorist group is targeting the plush Oak Canyon Estates. At the risk of losing his job, and his soul, Alex is determined to infiltrate the group and put an end to their corruption. Only the friendship of Clay and Jamie Michaels—and the love of a dedicated young woman—can help Alex drop the walls around his heart and move forward into the future God has for him.

Author Bio

Karen Kingsbury, #1 New York Times bestselling novelist, is America’s favorite inspirational storyteller, with more than twenty-five million copies of her award-winning books in print. Her last dozen titles have topped bestseller lists and many of her novels are under development as major motion pictures. Her Baxter Family books have been developed into a TV series now available everywhere. Karen is also an adjunct professor of writing at Liberty University. In 2001 she and her husband, Don, adopted three boys from Haiti, doubling their family in a matter of months. Today the couple has joined the ranks of empty nesters, living in Tennessee near four of their adult children.

Publisher's Weekly

Prolific evangelical Christian fiction author Kingsbury (Between Sundays) revisits characters from her previously well-received 9/11 series in this stand-alone focusing on sheriff's deputy Alex Brady, who lost his fireman father in the twin towers attack. Now 25 years old, Brady, whose faith once ran sure and strong, turned from God and family after his father's death. He relocates to California and spends all his time trying to find the bad guys and put them away with the aid of his K-9 partner, Bo. Bent on preventing arsonists from setting more fires, Brady is stunned to discover that others have endured similar loss but have made peace and moved on. Despite his anger, Brady's heart begins to thaw when unexpected memories and people re-enter his life, forcing him to choose between bitterness or hope. In typical Kingsbury style, by book's end the troubles are tidily wrapped up, which is clearly not so in real life. But the novelist's ability to accurately express life's sorrows and grief through her characters' inner dialogue rings true time and again. (Nov.) Copyright 2008 Reed Business Information.

Ask a Question

Find Related Products

Author/Artist Review