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The Miracle Letters of T. Rimberg by Geoff Herbach

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The Miracle Letters of T. Rimberg is told in letters and journal entries from the 35-year old hero, who is divorced and jobless, and who one day receives a large inheritance from his long-lost father, who may actually not be dead. Rimberg's letters, all collected by a Green Bay priest who believes he may have been involved in a miracle, are unsent and addressed to his father, ex-wife, former girlfriends, children, Madonna, Bill Clinton, and Brett Favre, among others. Rimberg's trip with his assistant Cranberry to Belgium, and Paris, Poland, and finally back to Green Bay, help him understand his recurring nightmares and learn about his family's history. If you read and liked Everything is illuminated, you'll probably like this, too.

Bruce @ Central


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