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   Mrs Pope, by Rosemarie E. Bishop  
 
  Novel, first publication in May 2004
 
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      Mary Pope is a very special and unique woman. Although she is a U.S citizen, she and her husband, Mike, have been living on the island in Northern Ontario that she inherited from her grandfather shortly after his death. As a Reiki Master/Teacher, she has been training members of the Ojibway Indian tribe in this ancient healing technique and befriending many of them along the way. But she has also made many enemies because of the jealousy caused by the power she carries with her both from her Reiki training and from her life as a wiccan woman.

    But Reiki and witchcraft aren't all there is to Mary. A very spiritual soul who continues her relationship with her deceased grandfather, Mary is protected by Arielle, the angel who watches over her, Aliana, the tiny fairy who has befriended her, and a handful of woodland fairies who love her for her secrecy that continues to protect their very existence. On top of all that, Mary's power will be needed in order to defeat the approaching evil that has made her the primary target of its never-ending anger and deadly hatred.

    Mrs. Pope is a story that depicts the beauty and importance of embracing the diversity of all people living in differing cultures and religious backgrounds, thus bringing all together in one, solid family as the Creator must certainly wish all of Its children to be. It shows the strength in unity and the devastation in prejudice. And it allows the reader to open his or her mind to a world larger than any they might have thought of before.

     
     
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