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By JERRY B. JENKINS CHRIS FABRY
TYNDALE HOUSE PUBLISHERS, INC.Copyright © 2005 Jerry B. Jenkins
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This story is about a dead girl, a dead dog, a dead mom, and lots of dead mailboxes, so if you don't like dead things, stop reading right now.
For as long as I can remember, my mother has bought a new jigsaw puzzle every few months. She says it helps our family work together on at least one thing. The newest was a picture of a waterfall, nice and peaceful, unlike our lives the past few weeks.
When you first start a puzzle, it's hard to imagine getting finished. But piece by piece it comes together, kind of like life. Well, some people's lives. I don't know if our lives will ever fit together. I can't imagine what the picture would look like in the end.
But with all the dead things in this story, I think you'll be surprised how much life came from it.
Excerpted from MISSING PIECES by JERRY B. JENKINS CHRIS FABRY Copyright © 2005 by Jerry B. Jenkins. Excerpted by permission.
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