Raider Publishing International announces the release of I Still Hear Her Calling by Ruth Soroson.(Penname for Ruth Benjamin)

“WE don’t have any mercy”, announced the muffled voice on the phone. “We did not have mercy on your wife and we won’t have mercy on your parents in-law. Nor will we show mercy for your daughter, and not even on you, Andrew Sneddon” “My… my… wife?” stammered Andrew. He had just finished eating with Andy, his daughter, and the two were watching a video, a Walt Disney Fantasia, which had the child totally engrossed. He felt his hand becoming wet and sticky on the phone. “My… my wife…” he repeated. “Your late wife,” the voice whispered. There was a click as the phone went dead.

A young woman is rushed to the hospital after suffering a near-fatal accident. In the hospital, she enters a misty tunnel with the metaphorical “bright light” at the end. “Mummy? Mummy!” A child’s voice calls her back from the brink of death. Believing that if his wife survives she will be a vegetable, Andrew Sneddon divorces his wife and takes Andy, their daughter, to an unknown destination. However, the people that want to make Andrew Sneddon suffer continue to make attempts on Andy’s life. His former wife, however, recovers completely, and the story that enfolds is chilling, powerful and deeply moving. Feelings of warmth, romance, hope and laughter contrast with the terror and tears the characters experience along the journey.

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When Glen Wiles receives an unexpected summons for divorce, he thinks in some ways that his life had ended. In fact, it is only beginning as he gets to know people who change his perceptions and his life.

This is a story, set within the Apartheid Era in South Africa, where Glen becomes involved with a political movement which at that time was banned and to be involved was dangerous. He is challenged and inspired by the ‘struggle’ against cruel and violent discrimination and finds that nothing, even prison, can keep him away.

List Price: $17.50

6" x 9" (15.24 x 22.86 cm) 
Black & White on White paper
284 pages

ISBN-13: 978-1469953885 (CreateSpace-Assigned) 
ISBN-10: 1469953889 
BISAC: Fiction / Historical

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