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Vendor: Harbourlight Books
Publication Date: 2014
Ashlyn Forsyth believes she and her husband have come to idyllic St. Simons Island to restore romance to their flagging marriage. Then, without warning, Craig hands Ashlyn divorce papers. In shock, Ashlyn watches him drive off with a female colleague from his office. She soon discovers he is being pursued by the Russian mafia and investigated by the FBI for money-laundering. Abandoned on St. Simons Island, Ashlyn faces not only emotional turmoil but financial ruin, the shipwreck of her career, harassment by the FBI, and pursuit by the Russian mafia. Even as her ordered life plunges into chaos, she finds herself increasingly attracted to Remy Jeandeau, a shrimp boat captain. Will she find the spiritual resources needed to overcome adversity? Will attraction blossom into romance?
First and foremost, Eric E. Wright is a simple follower of Jesus who is profoundly grateful for the undeserved grace of God bestowed when he was ninteen. Out of his conversion and the ongoing grace of God has come everying good in his life, including this wife Mary Helen, his three children, and his nine grandchildren. Eric E. Wright is the published author of ten books in English plus six self-teaching textbooks translated into Urdu. He has 50 years of experience as a missionary, pastor, seminary professor, writer, and editor. He earned a BScF in Forestry from the University of Toronto and a BD from Colombia International University. His 16 years of service in Pakistan involved mission leadership and co-founding of the Open Theological Seminary, an extension school now serving well over 2500 students. His 15 years of pastoral experience involving pre-marital and marital counseling prepared him to empathize with those struggling in their marriages. His writing credits include the six self-teaching textbooks he produced for the Open Theological Seminary in Pakistan. Evangelical Press published his Tell the World, Strange Fire?, Church-No Spectator Sport, and Revolutionary Forgiveness. Day One Publications published his Down a Country Road and A Practical Theology of Missions. His two suspense novels, The Lightning File and Captives of Minara won the Word Guild Canadian Writing Award for best mystery/suspense novel in 2008 and 2010 respectively. He is a member of the Writers' Union of Canada, The Word Guild, Spirit of the Hills, and the Brighton Arts Council as well as several online and in-person critique groups. For seven years he was editor of the Fellowship LINK, a quarterly magazine for mature adults published by the Fellowship of Evangelical Baptist Churches of Canada. To God be the glory!
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