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The Postcard by Beverly Lewis
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Following a terrible accident in which she lost her husband, her son, and her unborn child, Rachel Yoder leads a reclusive life with her young daughter. Her soul is troubled and her eyesight has mysteriously dimmed. But the discovery of an old postcard, hidden for years, changes Rachel's world in this thought-provoking examination of the powers of faith and healing.… (more)

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This short novella is really two stories, one past and one present, and perhaps that is why neither is explored or developed to any depth. Rachel experiences a great tragedy in her life. She meets a journalist who finds an old postcard in the desk at her parents bed and breakfast. In researching the sender and the intended recipient of the postcard, these two people connect with each other and a much older one. The story has an interesting plot, but there is hardly any development of the characters and tale drifts toward the conclusion without any real ending. ( )
  Maydacat | Mar 23, 2019 |
borrowed this book from a friend at work this morning. this was a very good book. I have book # 2 to this book. ( )
  KimSalyers | Oct 1, 2016 |
Rachel Yoder, a young Amish widow and Philip Bradley, a New York journalist become involved when he finds an old postcard written in Pennsylvania Dutch and needs her help to uncover mysteries.
  SABC | Jul 18, 2015 |
This story leads you on an adventure of a haunted past when a guest who is a journalist at the Yoder's Amish Inn finds a postcard in illegible Pennsylvania Dutch and sets out to find out what it means. Very good book that I enjoyed reading. ( )
  charris5688 | Oct 25, 2009 |
Good read. Fast, and easy to finish. Loved the book. ( )
  Raenolt | Apr 10, 2009 |
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