3 Angels by Rudi London
Based on a true story if you're asking N... (Religious Spiritual Fiction)

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Have you ever wondered if there are angels looking after you? Have you ever asked why your plane land safely while another plane did not? Well, wonder no more. The wait for answers is finally over. But be warned—angels do not exactly follow the same set of rules you have pictured in your mind. In 3 Angels, Rudi London introduces us to Kassparr, Djessparr, and rookie angel Jonathan. Their assignment is the life of Boy. The newly assigned Angel Team tackles character issues, abortion, accidents, and numerous and unbelievable threats on Boy's life. When rookie angel Jonathan first arrives on the Island of Angelica he is puzzled by many things, but what bothers him the most is "Where are the women?"

About Rudi London

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Rudi London was born upstairs at his parent’s home in the city of Nedstrand, on the southern west coast of Norway at 12:37 A.M., July 7, in the year of Rudolph. His father, Far, called in the midwife and his mother, Mor, gave birth. The birthing process went flawlessly up to a certain point. This is discussed in London’s book, 3 Angels (July 2010). Upon graduating from high school, he started his computer career in January 1969 at Forsvarets (Norwegian Military/NATO) Datasentral, Oslo. Working on IBM 360 mainframes, he sent his first e-mail from Oslo to Bergen in November of that same year. July 1970, he joined the Norwegian Air Force to fly fighter jets. After completing military duty, his Computer Systems boss thought young London needed more knowledge and sent him to evening classes at Bedriftskonomisk Institutt to study college importance.
Published July 7, 2010 by Amazing Road. 297 pages
Genres: Religion & Spirituality, Literature & Fiction, Mystery, Thriller & Suspense. Fiction

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