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Part 2 of an interview with Lori Benton, Author of Many Sparrow

Set in 1774 and based on historical facts, Many Sparrows depicts the harrowing account of a young mother who will stop at nothing to find and reclaim her son after he is taken by a native tribe. Clare Inglesby, a settler of the Ohio-Kentucky frontier, finds herself in a perilous situation when an accident forces her husband to leave her alone on a remote mountain trail with their four-year-old son, Jacob. Her precarious circumstances…

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Part 1 Interview with Kim Vogel Sawyer, Author of Bringing Maggie Home

Mother-daughter relationships can be complicated. When secrets from the past are involved, the best of intentions can be entirely misunderstood. Bringing Maggie Home (WaterBrook/September 5, 2017) by award-winning author Kim Vogel Sawyer explores the hearts of three generations of women whose lives have been shaped by the 70-year-old unsolved mystery of 3-year-old Maggie Blackwell.   Q: Bringing Maggie Home explores the relationships between three generations of mothers and daughters. Do the relationships mirror your own…

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An interview with Randy Singer, Author of Rule of Law, based on real life inspiration, Political Thriller

Rule of Law was already on by ‘to be read’ pile before I read that it was based on real life inspiration so that just moved it closer to the top of the pile.  Today we are posting an interview with Randy Singer, Author of Rule of Law where he shares some of his concerns and why he wrote the book to address them.  This will not be a light read; Randy will have you pondering…