DETROIT (AP) — Best-selling author Mitch Albom's latest book will be released in the fall.
"The First Phone Call from Heaven" comes out on Nov. 12.
It focuses on a small town on Lake Michigan that receives worldwide attention when its citizens start getting phone calls from the afterlife.
Albom calls it "an allegory about the power of belief."
Albom is a Michigan resident who, in addition to being an author, is a playwright, screenwriter, radio host and prize-winning columnist for the Detroit Free Press.
He's best known for "Tuesdays With Morrie," a memoir that sold millions.
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