Hiding in Plain Sight - eBook
Hiding in Plain Sight - eBook  -     By: Amy Wallace
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In a quiet town with a thriving Mennonite community, police officer Ashley Walters finds her threadbare faith and way of life challenged by the Plain people whose simple dress and welcoming manner open her eyes to a God she left behind. Peace eludes Ashley until she realizes the answers she seeks aren't found in starting over but in returning to the simple truth that it's God who overcomes the world, not her.

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Format: DRM Protected ePub
Vendor: Harvest House Publishers
Publication Date: 2012
ISBN: 9780736947329
ISBN-13: 9780736947329
Series: Place of Refuge

Publisher's Description

In a quiet town with a thriving Mennonite community, police officer Ashley Walters finds her threadbare faith and way of life challenged by the Plain people whose simple dress and welcoming manner open her eyes to a God she left behind. Peace eludes Ashley until she realizes the answers she seeks aren't found in starting over but in returning to the simple truth that it's God who overcomes the world, not her.

Written for women who desire action-packed suspense, romance, and an escape into the peaceful world of the Mennonites, Hiding in Plain Sight delves into the painful struggle to fit in and the search for peace that so often eludes our fast-paced lives.

Publisher's Weekly

Wallace offers a serviceable opener to her Place of Refuge series with this tale of a young police officer who must reckon with her painful past. Ashley Walters has fled Atlanta for the small town of Montezuma, Ga., which has a thriving Mennonite community. She crosses paths with Mennonites when she catches Bradley Yoder, a 13-year-old boy with a complicated history, breaking into a grocery store, which leads her to his family, including handsome uncle Jonathan. AshleyÂ’s personal life, meanwhile, grows complex when a local matchmaker connects her with Patrick James, a counselor who can help Bradley. As the characters make personal discoveries, Montezuma faces the question of redevelopment, a prospect that threatens the Mennonite community. The story has a lot going on and could have used some Mennonite simplicity to concentrate its emotional impact. The romantic triangle keeps the reader turning pages, but the villain is a stretch to believe. (Apr.) 2012 Reed Business Information

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