Book Review of
The Heart Mender
With the skill of a virtuoso, Andy Andrews continues his string of successful writing performances in his latest entertaining masterpiece. The plot, characters, and storyline combine to summon the reader into an unforgettable experience.”
Robert Silvers Executive Publisher, The Saturday Evening Post
“At the Maui Writers Conference, we have had the best . . . including filmmakers Ron Howard and James L. Brooks, . . . Pulitzer winners Dave Barry and Carl Bernstein, best-selling authors Elmore Leonard, Mitch Albom, Robin Cook, Elizabeth George, and Barbara Kingsolver. Andy Andrews is right at the top of the list.”
Shannon Tullius Cofounder & Director, Maui Writers Conference
In the classic storytelling style of The Noticer andThe Traveler’s Gift, New York Times best-selling author Andy Andrews now delivers an adventure set sharply against the warm waters and white sands of the Gulf of Mexico in WWII America.
Saddened and unable to abandon her resentment toward the Nazi war machine that took her husband’s life, the young and attractive Helen Mason is living a bitter, lonely existence. Betrayed and left for dead, German U-boat officer Lt. Josef Landermann washes ashore in a sleepy town along the northern gulf coast, looking to Helen for survival.
The Heart Mender is a story of life, loss, and reconciliation, reminding us of the power of forgiveness and the universal healing experience of letting go.
This WWII story is unlike any other that I have read. It is about the Gulf Coast during WWII. There are many books about WWII, but very few on the Gulf Coast during that time period. That makes this story even more fascinating. After reading this book, I instantly wanted to learn more about the Gulf Coast and WWII. This book will probably go on my list of favorite books for 2017.