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M. Stevens-David Review: "An Angel Without a Name" by Mary E. Sims Heidi Harmon
By Martha Stevens-David.
Mar 21, 2014 - 8:12:21 AM

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The publicity material for "An Angel Without A Name" says that it is a sequel to Sims' previous book, "Going Home Another Way."

This book could have been a very interesting story if the writer hadn't kept referring to that other book that she had previously published. It was disconcerting also to have the author write from the "third person" point of view. Much of her abuse of "drugs" was also "alluded" to in other works.

Having been born in the northern part of Maine myself, I was very interested in reading how the author had been born and raised in a poor Black family in the south. I would have liked reading more about that part of her life.

This story certainly had "potential" but somewhere along the way, it was lost.

Martha Stevens-David.
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Martha Stevens-David Column Magic City

"An Angel Without A Name" is a sequel to Sims' previous book, "Going Home Another Way." She hopes to answer questions readers might have had from that book and delve deeper into the voice we all have inside our heads.

Mary E. Sims is a certified hypnotherapist and Reiki master and author of "Going Home Another Way." Sims, who claims to have a keen sixth sense and the ability to see into the future, has experienced many supernatural events that have changed her life and consequently inspired her books. She currently resides in Dallas, Texas.

"An Angel Without a Name: Hearing Your Voice"
By Mary E. Sims
ISBN: 978-1-4525-8375-4
Available on Amazon, Barnes and Noble, Balboa Press online bookstores


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