Hope in a Bottle

Hope in a Bottle

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by Neil O'Donnell
     
 

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Newly ordained, Father William
Sullivan set out as a missionary to aid a hurricane-ravaged village in South America. However, he never arrived. Storms and sea life conspired to maroon the priest on a remote island void of human life. Still eager to serve, Father
William refuses to allow isolation to prevent his helping those in need; the wounded, the desperate…  See more details below

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Newly ordained, Father William
Sullivan set out as a missionary to aid a hurricane-ravaged village in South America. However, he never arrived. Storms and sea life conspired to maroon the priest on a remote island void of human life. Still eager to serve, Father
William refuses to allow isolation to prevent his helping those in need; the wounded, the desperate and the defeated.
So with pen, paper and bottles,
Father William casts messages into the surf intent on reaching those who need him the most.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780615584942
Publisher:
Argus Enterprises International, Incorporated
Publication date:
03/08/2012
Pages:
142
Product dimensions:
5.00(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.30(d)

Meet the Author

Neil Patrick O'Donnell, is an anthropologist and life-long resident of Western New York. After years of studying changes to Native American and European societies through contact, he incorporated his discoveries into journal articles and short fiction pieces. O'Donnell's intent was to relay professional discoveries to a wider audience. PEOPLE OF THE SWORD, the first in a historical saga, was the culmination of these efforts. Inspired by people helping people, Neil brings his talent to focus on his latest work, HOPE IN A BOTTLE.

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