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  • Mandy Thompson
    Mandy Thompson • 3 years ago

    I've seen John, read this book and many of his others. Seen him on tv as well. I appreciate the work he does and how he is able to help so many people reconnect with their loved ones one last time. The comfort has got to be so rewarding and the love everlasting.

  • Violet Palkowski Cummins

    Thank you for bringing comfort to so many people through your books. Your words were like a warm blanket after my mom passed away.

  • Brenda Yocum Clark
    Brenda Yocum Clark • 3 years ago

    I remember watching this show all the time.. And now I wander why they considered him a crock when The Long Island Medium is considered a genius??

  • Júanine
    Júanine • 3 years ago

    Will add this to my list of must reads, 16 year old committed suicide 6 years ago still don't know why, not that it matters....but would love to know he's happy now!

  • Van Lloyd
    Van Lloyd • 1 year ago

    Read this book many years ago and loved every page written!

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