Through A Glass Darkly

Through A Glass Darkly

A Novel

Book - 1999
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A Man Without a Past Searches for His Lost Identity

What would you do if you lost all memory of who or where you are? Gilbert Morris, the beloved creator of the HOUSE OF WINSLOW, proves just how versatile and talented a writer he is by turning to a contemporary setting and answering these questions in this meticulously crafted and suspenseful thriller. A page-turner with heart, Through a Glass Darkly, not only keeps you reading but holds a powerful message of the indelible image of God on the soul of man.

In the novel, a man wakes to unfamiliar walls, unfamiliar faces, and no memory of who he is or how he has come to be in this place. Fleeting images race through his mind but he doesn't know whether they hold the secrets of his past, his present, or his future. An unlikely group of people gather around him trying to help him back into his life, but it is a woman who touches his heart and emotions in a powerful way. Can he trust that she is part of his unknown past or does she have other designs.

Marshalling friend and foe alike to piece together his life, the man struggles through until a shattering discovery threatens to derail his quest. It is all he can do to keep moving to an understanding of who he is and also of something much bigger which continues to compel him forward.
Publisher: Minneapolis, Minn. : Bethany House, c1999.
ISBN: 9781556611452
Characteristics: 288 pages ;,22 cm.


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