A family. with two children, delighted that they had inherited a new home, but soon find secrets that needed to be told. Reading this thrilling, spine tingling book will take you on the same journey that the family went through. What happens to Jessica? Do the walls of this old house ooz out the truth? Listen closely, you can hear faint sounds as the night falls and the spirits of the previous family speak. With nowhere else to go, how does the new family struggle to make sense of it all? Will this book help you believe in a world beyond? Listen as the spirits speak to you. You may need to read it with a friend....Parts of this story are true. The names have changed to protect the innocent...or were they really...innocent?
Life was fun and games until Kyle killed a mother and her two children in a drunk driving crash. He has to come to terms with his alcoholism and the precious lives he took. Tony, the grieving husband and father, a recovering alcoholic himself relapses and decides he must kill the man who took his family. What happens when two men dealing with the same catastrophes collide?
What happens when the family gets sick right along with the alcoholic or addict? What do you do when every attempt to help the person you love blows up in your face? Are you a fed-up enabler? I feel your pain. The Fed-Up Enablers Guide to Constructive Love is fresh approach to helping the alcoholic or addict without destroying yourself and the family in the process.
When Jacqueline Forest meets a stranger on a dark country road, will this chance encounter lead to a major life change and the possibility of life-long love? Follow Jacqueline's life journey as she offers unconditional love to two, long-time friends, in their times of need, and discovers that renewed faith in God can indeed bring about miraculous changes in one's life.
People come and people go. Some are an obvious blessing; some seem to be a curse. Lydia Hurst learns the hard way that having certain people in her, and her family’s life, isn’t at all what she prayed for. Will these young people stop their downward cycle of Disintegration? Will Lydia’s seemingly once perfect, family life again find some normalcy? Will her prayers finally be answered in some miraculous way?
Find out the answers to these questions and learn to love the newest members of the Hurst family, as the “D” Series concludes.
The lives of Elizabeth Michaels' daughters comes full circle. Will Elizabeth's jaded past destroy her daughters' future happiness? Or will her daughters find a way to overcome adversity and achieve joy in their adult lives? Find out today by reading the final installment of Sissy Marlyn's well-loved "B" Series: BLUEGRASS!
Exhilarating.Mesmerizing.Keep-the-reader-constantly-guessing.. Sound like something you'd like to read? Of course it does! Jury Pool is the novel for you. . A woman handcuffs herself to a train track and is obliterated by a train. Suicide or murder? . A man's throat is carved open and his genitals mutilated. . Enter a Commonwealth Attorney with an agenda of his own - revenge on the man who date raped his sister. . As the gruesome murders amass, a young detective stumbles upon clues leading him in a totally different direction than the prime suspect. So what.or should I say who.do guns, railroad ties, handcuffs, knifes, and a man's necktie have in common? That's for me, the author, to know and you, the reader, to find out. Start piecing together the puzzle today by reading Jury Pool.
Do you believe in ghosts? The ghost of Battletown Elementary School is real. Read the stories; listen closely. You may hear her stirring nearby. The true accounts of strange and unexplained phenomena and spine-chilling stories are told by faculty, staff and students. When did the strange occurrences begin? What experiences do they have in common? Did they really capture a ghost in a photo? Was an apparition really seen? They believe a ghost does exist, but how can they prove to those who doubt? Kay began to search for tangible answers to prove a ghost inhabited their school. Did they finally make contact? Was she friendly? Did she have a purpose? Were the ghost hunters successful? What did they find? Who invaded their school and why?
The legend of Leah Smock's young life and her death has been passed through the gnerations since 1840. Legend tells that Leah Smock was a witch, as accused by those who feared her and her "strange ways." Their only liberation from the wrath of the evil witch was to burn the beautiful, twenty-two-year old girl to death. Was their accusations justified or was Leah just a victim of circumstance and misunderstood by those who feared her? Her ghostly image and related stories confirm that Leah Smock is still among us today.
Family Genealogy of the Spaulding family
Family Genealogy of the Bogie family