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Number of Pages: 288
Vendor: Gilead Publishing
Publication Date: 2018
|Dimensions: 8.50 X 5.50 (inches)|
A murder on the tranquil beaches of the Outer Banks puts two strangers on a path to uncover the truth
Caden Wallis has suffered several devastating blows that have left him reeling. Hes lost friends and now his girlfriend to the ravages of war. He arrives on the Outer Banks for one final missionto thank the woman who sent him a quilt while he was recuperating from his wounds at Walter Reed Army Hospital.
McKenna Dockery knows all about loss. She lost her mother at a young age, and her father has never been the same since he came home from his own war. She juggles the family business, her ailing father, and an aging grandmother. Much to Cadens surprise, she is the quilternot some elderly lady. The quilt was something shed begun for her future husband but shipped to the military hospital after the tragic death of her fiancé.
When a man is found snared in a net and murdered on McKennas property, she and Caden must work together to bring the killer to justice. Each must learn to trust the other, or no one will be safe in the tangled web of conspiracy, greed, and deceit lurking in the tidal marshlands of the Outer Banks. A noreaster, a sea turtle named Cecil, and a surf-crazy hound named Ginger conspire to bring these two searching hearts together through the vast and gracious tide of Gods love.
Lisa Carter is the best-selling author of seven romantic suspense novels, four historical novellas, and a contemporary Coast Guard series. Her book Under a Turquoise Sky won the 2015 Carol Award for Romantic Suspense. Blending Southern and Native American fiction, she likes to describe her suspense novels as "sweet tea with a slice of murder." Lisa enjoys traveling to romantic locales and researching her next exotic adventure. When not writing, she loves spending time with her family and teaching writing workshops. A native North Carolinian, she has strong opinions on barbecue and ACC basketball. Visit her online at www.lisacarterauthor.com.