Angel in the Attic, draws you inside the pages with suspense, surprise and excitement as Leah Barronne miraculously survives an intended drowning, planned by her ruthless husband Ian Barronne. Unable to swim, she floats to the lake's edge and trudges back to the house she and Ian lived in and occupies the third story apartment, without Ian knowing that she is alive. She becomes the heir to a fortune of eight and a half billions dollars. As a result of the drowning attempt, she developes a serious illness and requires a caregiver, bringing into play an angel, Mark Thatcher,who adds excitement and drama to the story through miracles. Leah's wealth affords her the unlimited opportunity to buy a device that monitors the downstairs conversations to find the reason Ian wanted her dead. His illegal "wife" Cyndi is an accomplice to his scheme. While accomplishing revenge in harsh ways, Leah also along with Mark Thatcher builds a city, working as a channel, for her deceased Aunt Nora, who left her the wealth. She builds a unique cith bringing the poor and homeless to the same level as the elite. The end will surprise you, with a supernatural twist.
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About the Author
Patti Clark lives in Tennessee. She is the mother of one daughter Rhonda and one granddaughter Amber. She is a naturalist who loves nature sounds and explorations. She loves to read and spend time with family and has been in Jail Ministry for twenty three as a Bible teacher. Her desire is to see the youth of this generation have a successful future and to know Jesus and who he really is, the Saviour of all mankind.
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Angel in the Attic based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
I gave several of these books for gifts. I got a lot of comments back (Best Book I have ever read)...................You must read it........ Phyllis
"Angel in the Attic," by Patti Clark immediately grabs you in the first chapter as Leah's husband and accomplice attempt to murder the main character. Ian, Leah's husband, is after money that he believes she will soon inherit. Clark does an outstanding job of getting the reader's attention and wanting to know more. Leah's life suddenly changes, but not without the help of the community and some heavenly assistance. While unfortunately some grammatical errors somehow escaped being corrected, it does not take away from the story itself. This books demonstrates Scripture in real life situations. Over and over, Leah's life and of those around her are filled with miracles from above. The writer did a terrific job of pulling her readers in and keeping them captived. "Angel in the Attic," is a Christian book that shows God's power over our lives.
exciting book, couldn't put it down!!!