After a heart attack, private practice lawyer Tony Stanford finds himself not in this world, but on a heavenly golf course, while his body remains behind.
Not ready to believe he is dead, his wife, Tony’s best friends and a few doctors work against time to prove to the hospital board he’s not really gone.
Even with its religious themes, Three Days In Heaven is a story any person of any faith can enjoy. Open-heart surgery, dying, and meeting up with God all seem like serious topics, but the book deals with them in a lighthearted and believable way.
Praise for Three Days In Heaven:
“Mark’s book has forever changed how I look at life and the afterlife. It is truly a literary masterpiece. One for the ages.” – Carla Michale Edington, Gold Winner of the Ma Murray Award for journalism
“God for the modern world.” – Greg Banker