Alexandra's Song

Molly Sanders is running from her painful past and takes refuge in the small town of Divinity Falls, where she lands a job at Angels Diner, encounters her guardian angel who presents her with an opportunity to attain her lifelong dream. Molly's decision brings the wrath of the angels of darkness, an unwanted encounter with the man she despises, and an outcome she could have never imagined. More

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Language: English
ISBN: 9781370047420
About Richard Weirich

Christian author Richard Weirich writes entertaining and inspirational fiction novels, daily devotionals, and nonfiction books that motivate, challenge, and help believers grow in the faith.

Richard’s unique perspective on life is rooted in his many experiences as musician, radio personality, minister, and voiceover talent.

Richard grew up in the Shenandoah Valley of Virginia and after high school played trombone in the U.S. Navy Band. While in the Navy, he became interested in radio, enrolled in the Tidewater School of Broadcasting and quickly landed his first radio job in Norfolk, Virginia.

For 30+ years Richard was the Burt half of the popular morning radio duo of Burt and Kurt, entertaining listeners in Jackson, Mississippi; Tampa, Florida; Houston, Texas; and Birmingham, Alabama.

In Birmingham, Richard prepared for the ministry at Southeastern Bible College and Samford University, which led to a fifteen-year ministerial career serving as pastor of several Alabama churches.

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Alexandra's Song
Molly Sanders is running from her painful past and takes refuge in the small town of Divinity Falls, where she lands a job at Angels Diner, encounters her guardian angel who presents her with an opportunity to attain her lifelong dream. Molly's decision brings the wrath of the angels of darkness, an unwanted encounter with the man she despises, and an outcome she could have never imagined.

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