Melissa Grant has escaped the clutches of death, not once, not twice, but three times. While she considers this to be divine intervention, her assailant is sure that her luck will run out, and the authorities are suspicious that Melissa isn't as innocent as she seems. Implicated in the murders of two of her closest friends, and running from both a hit man and the law, Melissa does what is thought to be impossible in the 21st Century - she disappears.
Julie Lawson has no family, no friends, and no past. She spends her days photographing the country and her nights tossing and turning as nightmares plague her sleep. While passing through the town of St. Brendan, on Maryland's Eastern Shore, Julie finds some things she hasn't had in a very long time - a home, friends, and love. For the first time in two years, Julie can see her future, but she can attain it only by surviving a predator from her past. Eric West has a past of his own that he is trying to forget. His return to his hometown keeps his demons away until he meets Julie, and she stirs up emotions in him that he hasn't felt in a long time. As he slowly begins to let go of this past, Eric tries to break down the walls that Julie has so tightly built around herself. Gaining her trust one small act at a time, and hiring the best investigator in DC to dig for answers, Eric opens the Pandora's Box to Julie's past which threatens all of their futures.
Amy MacWilliams Schisler, of Bozman, has a Masters in Library and Information Science and was employed as a school library media specialist in Talbot County and a reference librarian at Chesapeake College. Her first children’s book, Crabbing With Granddad, is an autobiographical work about spending a day harvesting the Maryland Blue Crab. Sarah Book Publishing released Schisler’s novel, A Place to Call Home, in August, 2014. In March of 2015, it was released in its second edition and may be purchased through this website or on Amazon.com. It is also available as an eBook on Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and iBooks. Amy's third book, Picture Me, A Mystery, is now available in stores and online. Amy and her husband, Ken, have brought up three daughters on the Eastern Shore of Maryland and are very involved in their local community. Amy is the leader of Girl Scout Troop 453, Director of Summer Roundup Girl Scout Camp, and volunteer for her family's church and school.
Interesting little mystery!! Well written, loved the way it played out, mixing the flashbacks and following the different lines. Just enough suspense to keep you reading!It has some very light Christian overtones, and the intensity level of the action scenes is perfect! Any age mystery lover will enjoy this book!As an independent reviewer for Paranormal Romance and Authors that Rock, this is not my usual genre, but it is an awesome story with great character, so I am giving it a full four fangs!