"This wonderful, suspenseful story shows that being kind to others can truly bring happiness into someone's life."

Jessica Buch
Miss Indiana Teen USA, 2011
 

THE MAN WHO
FORGOT HOW TO LAUGH
Available At Amazon.Com
$8.95

5 x 8, paper - 112 pp.
ISBN 978-1-466281-99-8
The Man Who
Forgot How To Laugh

A Wonderful, Thought Provoking
Book For Readers Of Any Age


Victor is a young man who wanders through the countryside trying to forget the tragedy that devastated his life.  He settles in a small village where he and his previous life are unknown to the townspeople.

In his day-to-day business as a blacksmith he encounters Ranette, who sees the despair in Victor and tries unceasingly to befriend him.

As the story unfolds, a surprise awaits them both when Victor reveals his secret and Ranette must face the consequences of her meddling.

Set in an imaginary time and place, The Man Who Forgot How To Laugh is a timeless and persuasive tale, mingling mystery and romance with the power of goodness and the strength of being a good example.

This book shows how perseverance and forgiveness create hope when one has lost heart.

Author Linda Collins Raab
is a weekly guest columnist in the
Times-Mail, Bedford Indiana.
Her column "Hey Raaby"
is an advice column for teens.

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