by Denise Mariette Miller On September 11, 2001, life in America changed forever. These acts of terrorism made Americans examine our lives and re-evaluate our priorities. In this collection, poet Denise Mariette Miller seeks comfort in her faith in God and His infinite wisdom and healing power; she examines the great personal loss of families to enjoy and golden years to look forward to; she warns us against the dangers of xenophobia; and despite the devastation, she also has faith in the American people to come together and, yes, even make something positive out of this greatest of all tragedies. God will see us through these difficult and sorrowful times. Look to Him for guidance, healing, and understanding. This is the greatest of Gods Unseen Miracles. ABOUT THE AUTHOR Denise Mariette Miller writes from experience: She was working in the World Trade Center on the morning of September 11, 2001. An alumna of both Iona College and Long Island University, Denise works as a senior client specialist and enjoys writing, poetry, music, cooking, reading, and the arts. This native of Guyana, South America, is a naturalized American citizen and the mother of one daughter. This is her first published book. (2004, paperback, 68 pages) Availability: Usually ships in 2-3 business days.