A. Dana Colbourne
A mother’s death. A father’s betrayal.
Hope shattered. Wounds run deep.
Who will help the wounded?
When Rachel, a young Irish nurse, crosses the Atlantic to serve a mining community in Newfoundland during the 1900’s, she meets a troubled young man struggling to come to terms with a deep pain that has haunted him ever since he was a boy. Will the unity and faith of the tight-knit town help to begin the healing process? Will this take their relationship to a whole new level?
Like the healing balm of Gilead that soothes and comforts, the wounded can overcome, flourish, serve others, and help to bring about positive changes in their own lives and those of others.
Softcover Trim Size: 5 x 8
Page Count: 112
About the Author:
Born and raised in Newfoundland, A. Dana Colbourne now resides with her family in the Maritimes. Her love of listening to stories of her hometown, along with increasing her knowledge about Newfoundland history and folklore, led her towards her dream of becoming a novelist. When she isn’t writing, she can be found helping out with different events at her local church, along with outreach ministries in her community.