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McGowan's Call by Rob Smith
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Apr 22, 12

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Read in April, 2012

WITH WARMTH AND WISDOM

“Brodie was severely bent over and walked like a miser scanning the ground for wayward pennies.”

'McGowan's Call,' by Rob Smith, is a collection of compellingly and gently told, heartwarming and sometimes heart-wrenching stories of genuine human-interest appeal, replete with warmth and wisdom.

Recommendation: An enjoyable and thought-provoking read.

“Many people cling to the romantic notion that church doors should always be open to the needy or to some “fugitive soul” seeking sanctuary. The reality is that church buildings are subject to vandalism and staff members are seen as an easy mark by those with violent intentions.”

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Nancy Brady Nice review!


George For a very nice read.


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