History of a Suicide by by Jill Bialosky

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Jill Bialosky’s sister Kim took her own life at age 21, shattering meaning for family and friends. Kim was the product of a hopeful second marriage (after Bialosky’s father, the cornerstone of her mother’s existence, died young and suddenly), the darling of her sisters, and someone who seemed to have reserves of resilience to match her extended gifts and passions. In the vacuum of loss, Bialosky’s great grief needed answers. None satisfy, yet good grace is found in hitchhiking on her restless quest with this book. (Atria)

About the Author

Wayne Brouwer is a Christian Reformed pastor who teaches at Hope College and Western Seminary, both in Holland, Mich. His latest books are Martyr's Manual and Splitting the Day of the Lord.

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