The Bird with the Broken Wing by D L Richardson

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Angels may not reveal themselves to mortals...but when the mortal Rachael's watching over is hurting, how can she stay hidden in the shadows?

Guardian angel Rachael becomes trapped with the mortal she's been assigned to watch over. Unable to watch him suffer, she decides the only way to free him of his inner demons is to break the rules about becoming involved, revealing her true identity, and applying divine intervention. But what choice does she have? Without her help, his soul will be trapped forever. Then a stranger appears, giving Rachael reason to wonder if his is the only soul in need of saving...


About D L Richardson

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D L (Deborah Louise) Richardson was born in Ireland and came to Australia as a baby. She went to a public school and the books she read were given to her or borrowed from the library. However it was music that first captured her creative interest. She joined the school choir at age eight and got her first acoustic guitar at age ten. In high school she took up lead vocals after the girl she was to sing a duet with failed to show up. Her stage fright now completely gone, she continued to sing lead vocals with the school band and performed in many concerts. When she left school she helped form her own rock band where she sang, played bass guitar, and wrote all the lyrics. Then at age 26 she realized she wanted to write novels for the rest of her life so she sold her equipment, quit pursuing a music career, and began writing instead. Since then she has had four short stories published in Australia, the US, and the UK. The Bird With The Broken Wing is her first published novel. She lives on the NSW South Coast with her husband and dog. When she's not writing or reading she can be found practicing her piano, playing the guitar, or walking the dog.
Published October 25, 2012 by Etopia Press. 224 pages
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Young Adult, Children's Books, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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