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    Jack and Laurel have been married for 39 years. They've lived a good life and appear to have had the perfect marriage. With his wife cradled in his arms, and before Jack takes his last breath, he scribbles his last "Wednesday Letter." When their adult children arrive to arrange the funeral, they discover boxes and boxes full of love letters that their father wrote to their mother each week on Wednesday. As they begin to open and read the letters, the children uncover the shocking truth about ...

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    • Pippi Heretoo

      The Wednesday Letters - a Novel by Jason F. Wright Added my my reading list....looks like a good one.

    • Katie Franks

      My favorite book. I have written my own "Wednesday Letters" to my bf since I read this from the day we started dating!! (:

    • Genevieve Carlisle

      Jason Wright is a distinguished and stellar author. His faith inspired books are impressionable and unmatched with affection. The Wednesday Letters is an emotional staggering love story which beatifies what love and commitment can be in the midst of unexpected trials. Love his books.

    • Nancy Hood

      A Little Loveliness: Introducing Our Winter Book Club Selection, The Wednesday Letters

    • Felicia Johnston

      Jason Wright - New York Times Bestselling Author - The Wednesday Letters

    • NDA

      The Wednesday Letters A Novel by Jason F. Wright. Book Club 2011

    • Amy Stewart

      Three Rivers Reads: The Wednesday Letters by Jason Wright

    • Keri Thomas

      The Wednesday Letters..one of my favorite books : )

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