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Vendor: Whitaker House
Publication Date: 2015
Series: Parker Family Chronicles
In late 1986 Lillian Parker becomes convinced by her new friend Catherine "Cat" Compton that she must leave Tennessee and return to Detroit to fight to regain her family fortune, now believed to have been stolen from her by stock manipulators. Cat promises to go with her as part of her team of lawyers. One important factor in the trial would be the surprise appearance of Lillian's brother, Scott Parker, who was declared killed in action in the Vietnam War ten years earlier. In reality, Scott had been a POW all that time and only recently has been rescued by the CIA. However, because he was supposed to have been assassinated after being traded for a Russian spy, he must remain hidden. His sweetheart, Juanita Martinez, was the operative who was supposed to have killed him. She is now back working undercover in a foreign country. If Scott comes out of hiding to claim his rightful inheritance of the company stock, it will compromise Juanita and put her life in danger. If he does not come forward, Lillian will lose the case and any chance of redeeming her late father's good name, let alone reclaiming their stolen family fortune. The Caribbean Conspiracy, the fast-paced sequel to The Legacy of Lillian Parker and Nashville Nights, provides courtroom battles, intense love relationships, combat rescue adventures, and spiritual challenges. This is the dramatic series climax you've been waiting for!
Dennis E. Hensley holds four degrees in communications, including a PhD in English from Ball State University. He is chair of the Department of Professional Writing at Taylor University, where he holds the rank of full professor. Dr. Hensley is a recipient of the "Award for Teaching Excellence" from Indiana University and the "Elisabeth Sherrill Lifetime Achievement Award for Writing and Speaking." He is the author of 60 books and more than 3,500 published articles, devotions, interviews, columns, and features. He was awarded six medals for service in Vietnam as a sergeant in the United States Army. His new novel, Pseudonym, coauthored with Diana Savage, is a Whitaker House 2016 release. He and his wife, Rose, have two grown married children and four grandchildren. Reared by a preacher in a small town of Grove, Oklahoma, Holly G. Miller has learned to embrace the Word of God and apply it to her everyday life. Holly is a working journalist and communication consultant with bylines in numerous publications, including Reader's Digest, TV Guide, and Indianapolis Monthly. She has degrees from Indiana University and Ball State University, and teaches advanced feature writing classes across the country. In addition to writing, ghost-writing, and coauthoring more than a dozen books, she has won awards from the Associated Press, the Society of American Travel Writers, and the Evangelical Press Association. She is passionate about people and actively gives women hope and encouragement in their daily lives. Happily married, Holly's husband, Charlie, calls her a "warrior" as she stands against the enemy.
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