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A Day With a Perfect Stranger By David Gregory

A Day With a Perfect Stranger
by David Gregory

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The brilliant companion volume to the best-selling Dinner With a Perfect Stranger. Now it's the wife's turn to meet the man claiming to be the Son of God.
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A Day With a Perfect Stranger Summary


A Day With a Perfect Stranger by David Gregory

Her marriage is on the rocks. Her flight is overbooked. Now the guy in the window seat wants to talk about God...the perfect start to the perfect day! But for Mattie Cominsky, events are about to take an unexpected turn. An encounter with a perfect stranger re-routes her on a different kind of journey. As her unique day unfolds, she finds the courage to confront the unspoken longings of her heart...A Day With a Perfect Stranger is the brilliant companion to David Gregory's best-selling Dinner With a Perfect Stranger. Mattie is the long-suffering wife of Dinner's Nick Cominsky, whose conversion from aworkaholic burn-out to 'a religious nut' has given her serious concerns about the future of their marriage. When Mattie took her seat on the crowded aeroplane the last thing she wanted was to talk about God. Who would have thought she would end the day talking to him!

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About David Gregory


David Gregory is the author of the acclaimed best-seller, Dinner With a Perfect Stranger. After a ten year business career, he returned to university to study religion, sociology and communications, and he now holds two master degrees. David lives in Oregon with his wife Ava and two children.

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GOR001391662
A Day With a Perfect Stranger by David Gregory
David Gregory
Used - Very Good
Paperback
Hodder & Stoughton General Division
2006-10-19
112
0340910267
9780340910269
N/A
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