"Be sure to welcome strangers into your home. By doing this, some people have welcomed angels as guests, without even knowing it." Hebrews 13:2
You never know who you may be talking to...what song you may hear...what may happen.
Ann Fletcher, an up and coming interior designer, returns home to Charleston for the first time in years to see her younger sister graduate with a master's degree. Before the graduation arrives, a tragic accident takes place and Ann's younger sister, Sarah, passes away. Sarah's last words are: "Annie. Help. Annie. Help."
Ann struggles as she tries to make sense of what her sister was saying. How could she have helped her? What could she have done to make a difference? And what was that haunting melody that her sister was humming in the ambulance and the hospital? Why did she keep hearing it over and over again in her dreams? How did her sister's next door neighbor with Down's Syndrome hear the same song?
As Ann struggles to find her faith, she tries to balance dealing with her past in Charleston and keeping up with her future design career in New York City. Authors Shelia Walsh and Kathyrn Cushman weave together a beautiful story of a woman's struggle to deal with the unknown and the known...to distinguish between fact and fiction...to see the angels around her.
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