Pewter Angels by Henry K. Ripplinger
(The Angelic Letters)

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The summer of 1956 starts out like any other summer for 15-year-old Henry Pederson: hot, long and boring. That all changes when Jenny Sarsky, along with her Guardian Angel and her family move into the house three doors down. From the moment their eyes meet, an earthly attraction unites their hearts while the spiritual energy traveling the length of the gaze they share joins their souls spinning a web of love that transcends time and Heaven itself.
Mr. Engelmann, an endearing and wise mentor living out the word of God, comes into Henry's life, providing him with powerful insights and valuable life lessons that carry strength, wisdom and hope, making this story both a heart-wrenching romance and an uplifting journey of spiritual discovery.
Characters so real that their sadness, tears and joys fly off the pages and become ever-entrenched in the mind and heart of the reader.
Pewter Angels, the first book of "The Angelic Letters" series, starts Henry and Jenny and their families on an inspiring yet tumultuous journey through life's struggles and victories, and the miracle of deep, enduring love. Their 50-year spiritual odyssey becomes an experience long remembered; a hard-to-put-down story spanning five novels with an ending that surprises and satisfies beyond the reader's most wishful imaginings.
A Canadian Bestseller, Pewter Angels will grab your heart, squeeze it and hold it to the very last page.

About Henry K. Ripplinger

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Henry Ripplinger is one of Canada's foremost prairie artists. His work is on display in private and corporate collections across Canada, most notably in Saskatchewan, his home province, and can be seen in the critically acclaimed book If You're Not from the Prairie, which he illustrated. Henry came to writing late in life and has been led by his passion to complete a five-part, inspirational Christian romance series, "The Angelic Letters." Henry's lifelong experience and eclectic career as a high school teacher, guidance counselor, professional artist and businessman extraordinaire have prepared him to craft this epic love story and indirectly realize his aspirations to write a self-development book. Henry resides with his wife in a panoramic valley setting in Lumsden, Saskatachewan, Canada. For more information on "The Angelic Letters" series, visit his website at:
Published March 20, 2010 by Pio-Seelos Books. 432 pages
Genres: Religion & Spirituality, Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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