Yesterday’s Mail: CrossRoads Collection 2

In a world of email, text messages, and tracking numbers, sometimes things still go awry.

Yesterday's Mail: Lost mail finds unexpected purpose. Sleepless in Seoul by Alana Terry. Like Ships Passing by Cynthia Hickey. Chasing Pearl by Hallee Bridgeman. Operation Posthaste by Chautona Havig, & Yesterday's Mail by Amanda Tru will take you from the ocean to Korea to Texas to the Crossroads where God's timing is always perfect.

About the Book

Five of today’s Best-selling Christian Authors weave five unique, connected stories where lost mail finds unexpected purpose in Yesterday’s Mail. 

The idea began with Out of the Blue Bouquet. What would happen if you took one story and showed it from five or so different perspectives? The authors of that collection got creative and took one floral fiasco and showed it from five perspectives!  The final novel: the fiasco itself.

Buoyed by the success of the collection and the sheer enjoyment of working so closely with such a great group of women, the authors banded together again to bring you Yesterday’s Mail.

This five-novella/novel collection opens with four stories featuring some piece of lost mail. While that mail affects the lives of those in the story, there’s more to it!  The final novel weaves all the stories together with a separate mystery of its own.

Alana Terry opens this collection with her novella, Sleepless in Seoul. 

When Derek leads his church on a short-term mission trip to South Korea, he’s definitely not expecting to find out the woman working with him is the same woman who broke his heart over twenty years ago.

Cynthia Hickey takes us on a romantic journey in Like Ships Passing.

One transposed number threatens to sink love before it gets started.

Hallee Bridgeman steps back in time with Chasing Pearl.  

A package lost in the mail since 1940 brings a modern couple together in a miraculous way.

Chautona Havig (That’s me!) offers {Operation Posthaste}.  

A nine-year-old boy finds a bag of mail from WWII in the attic of their new house and makes it his personal mission to deliver every piece before his mom finds out, but he could never have imagined the impact it would have on so many people.

Yesterday's Mail: Operation Posthaste

And last, but definitely not least (since hers has a solid 20K more words than the rest of us!), Amanda Tru with Yesterday’s Mail.  

A Christian post office clerk uses her police officer background to investigate lost mail and solve a mystery that has plagued her small town for years.