Monday, March 7, 2011

A New Featured Title

This week's featured title is:
Peace, Be Still by Terry Fowler
HP 942

Katy can't go on alone.

After her daughter was kidnapped, Katy was convinced her estranged husband was at fault. But when his obituary shows up in a newspaper, the victim of a drug deal gone bad, things go from bad to worse. Her daughter is still missing, and the authorities believe she must be dead.

Richie never expected to meet his brother's wife this way. From all Jack had said, Katy was a man's worst nightmare. When she arrives in town, insisting she and Jack have a daughter - and that Jack kidnapped her - Richie refuses to believe her story. But something isn't right. Could his brother really have been the man Katy says he was?

Despite their differences, Katy and Richie must work together to find the truth - and the child. Will God bring peace in the midst of this storm, or will the evil set in motion by an unscrupulous man prevail?

Book Excerpt

"I've come to find my missing daughter."

Lucille gasped. "Oh gracious, child, what happened?"

Burning agony formed a huge knot in Katy's throat. Her appetite disappeared and she sat her plate back on the cart. "My husband and I separated earlier this year. He took Bethany. "I had no idea where to look for them until my friend found Jack's obituary on the Internet. I came right away. I spoke with the detective, but he said Jack didn't have a child with him. I hoped to talk to Jack's brother, but I hurt myself and Hurricane Kirk moved in."

Richie dropped his sandwich. "Jack?"

Katy nodded, "Jack Sinclair."

Lucille gasped again, and Richie's expression hardened.

"Is something wrong?" she asked, glancing from one to the other.

"Jack was my half brother."

About the Author

Terry Fowler makes her home in North Carolina where she works for the city of Wilmington. The second oldest of hive children, she shares a home with her best friend, who is also her sister. Besides writing, her interests include genealogical research through the Internet and serving her small church in various activities. Visit Terry online at

This sounds like a great read! What would you do in Katy's situation? Would you give up and agree with authorities or would you go on a hunt for daughter?


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