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By Gordon Hesketh

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This is a true story about a little dog and her "daddy" who suddenly lost the love of their lives, and how they dealt with their crushing grief through their own unique spiritual encounters.

Perhaps you've wondered, can we communicate with our transitioned loved ones?

Where are our departed loved ones? Are they really far away?

There have been many people who visited Heaven during a near-death experience, but can a dog have a similar experience? What can a grieving dog teach us about the Other Side, or the spirit realm?

The answers to these questions and more are in this story of one little dog’s journey Over the Rainbow Bridge—and Back.

What others are saying about this book:

"I rate this book, Over the Rainbow Bridge—and Back, five stars and a must-read for anyone who has suffered the loss of a loved one. I was pastor and personal friends with Gordon, Maddi and yes, even Shadow. The three were inseparable and the bond they shared was obvious to all who knew them. When Maddi transitioned it was not only a great loss to Gordon but to Shadow as well. I think you will find the grieving and healing process that both Gordon and Shadow have journeyed through to be a valuable resource to draw on when you experience the loss of a loved one way too early. What stuck out to me as I read the book was the Spirit and the heartfelt healing being imparted to the reader coming through the process that both Gordon and Shadow experienced. I highly recommend this book, especially to those who have suffered the loss of a valued love one."~ Don Keathley, Founder and President of Global Grace Seminary

"Over the Rainbow Bridge—and Back is a charming, touching, precious, surprising story about how a grieving human came to recognize and empathize with the silent grief of a tiny creature, and how they were both healed and became inseparable companions." ~ Vanessa, Titusville, FL


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