Mar 162012
 



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Lucky Escape #1

Bent Road: A Novel

Set in 1967. The Detroit riots push Arthur Scott to move his family back to his hometown in Kansas. He has not lived there for more than 20 years. His wife, Celia, knows he has secrets. Secrets that have burdened him for years. She fears moving back will be too much for her family. Celia knows his sister Eve died all those years ago but doesn’t know the details. She acquiesces to her husband’s wishes and packs up her family to return to Bent Road.

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Lucky Escape #2

Blood of the Prodigal: An Amish-Country Mystery

Set in Holmes County, Ohio, we are introduced to a group of “Old Order Amish” or “plain people” who only trust a precious few “English people”.

When one of the Amish boys disappears the Amish Bishop meets with Professor Michael Branden and Pastor Caleb Troyer, two “English” men he feels he can help locate the boy. The Bishop believes that the boy was taken by his father, the Bishop’s son, who had been exiled from the Amish community 10 years ago. The Bishop begs the men to not involve any police as he hopes to get the boy back and settle the matter quickly and quietly.

When the man suspected of taking the boy is found dead right down the road from the Bishop’s home, the local sheriff starts to investigate the death but is not made aware of the missing boy until 3 days later at the bequest of the Bishop. When the sheriff is given all the information many secrets that the Bishop hoped would remain in the past are revealed. Time then becomes a matter of urgency to try to find the boy before it is too late.

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  2 Responses to “Lucky Leprechaun Giveaway Hop!!”

  1. Interesting book toi read.
    GloriaDeal@aol.com

  2. I’ve read Bent Road, and it was a FANTASTIC book – exploring family ties, and a great mystery too. Wonderful selection…and Thank you for your generosity, and for participating in this blog hop! :)

    Name: Hira Hasnain
    Email: Enamoredsoul(at)gmail(dot)com
    Twitter: @inluvwithbookz

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