Kidnapped, gagged and locked in a closet, Beverley Boissery hoped for rescue with the fierce, bitter longing of a wounded child. That experience taught her a life-long lesson. We must have the temerity to hope, otherwise life can be futile and we will be overcome by despair. The Temerity to Hope is funny, poignant, electrifying and, at times, desolate.
"Boissery's memoir is electrifying in its troubles and triumphs." --Luci Shaw, author, Thumbprint in the Clay, Writer in Residence, Regent College.The Temerity of Hope - eBook
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