Eternal Journey by Carol Hutton

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Eternal Journey is a heartfelt story of love and friendship, loss and renewal, for anyone who values the true meaning of eternal friendship.

Anna and Beth have been close friends for virtually all their lives. Together they have weathered the pains of childhood and adolescents and celebrated the joys of success and marriage. But, tragically, Beth is diagnosed with breast cancer and after a brief struggle with the disease dies. Anna is left to go on alone. Distraught over the loss of her friend, Anna retreats to Martha's Vineyard for the weekend in the hopes of having some time alone to grieve. It is there that she meets John Duffy, a stranger who will help her through her anguish and guide her toward a better understanding of life and death. Through a series of uncanny, spiritual events Anna is able to learn that true friendship is never lost forever -- even in death.

About Carol Hutton

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Hutton is the founder of Hutton Associates, an international consulting practice in management, leadership, and organizational change.
Published October 1, 2000 by Grand Central Publishing. 160 pages
Genres: Religion & Spirituality, Literature & Fiction, Horror. Fiction

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Anna never married, and her friendship with Beth has been the one constant in her life, from their days at Catholic school through their college years and on into Beth's married life and Anna's high-powered career.

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