Add To Cart
Add To Cart
|Title: Fragments of Fear|
By: Carrie Stuart Parks
Number of Pages: 328
Vendor: Thomas Nelson
|Publication Date: 2019|
Dimensions: 8.40 X 5.50 (inches)
Stock No: WW226131
"A rollercoaster ride with a lovable protagonist and a suspenseful, twisty plot." Colleen Coble
Stolen art. A New Mexico archaeological dig. An abandoned dog. And a secret thats worth killing for.
Evelyn McTavishs world came crashing down with the suicide of her fiancé. As she struggles to put her life back together and make a living from her art, she receives a call that her dog is about to be destroyed at the pound. Except she doesnt own a dog. The shelter is adamant that the microchip embedded in the canine with her name and address makes it hers.
Evelyn recognizes the dog as one owned by archaeologist John Coyote because she was commissioned to draw the two of them. The simple solution is to return the dog to his ownerbut she arrives only to discover Johns murdered body.
As Evelyn herself becomes a target, she crosses paths with undercover FBI agent Sawyer Price. The more he gets to know her, the more personally invested he becomes in keeping her safe. Together, theyre desperate to find the links between so many disparate pieces.
And the clock is ticking.
"Over the years, Carrie has mastered forensic art, fine art, and her own brand of offbeat humor. As a novelist she combines these skills with another: puzzle writingscattering puzzle pieces all over her fictional universe and then dropping them into place in twists, surprises, revelations, and side-pocket whimsy until the big picture emerges, never too soon, always on the brink of disaster." Frank Peretti
Carrie Stuart Parks is a Christy finalist as well as a Carol Awardwinning author. She has won numerous awards for her fine art as well. An internationally known forensic artist, she travels with her husband, Rick, across the US and Canada teaching courses in forensic art to law-enforcement professionals. The author/illustrator of numerous books on drawing and painting, Carrie continues to create dramatic watercolors from her studio in the mountains of Idaho.