Reading, Writing and Riddles (Book 34- Tales from Grace Chapel Inn Series)

Reading, Writing and Riddles
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About Tales from Grace Chapel Inn

Once you visit the charming village of Acorn Hill, tucked away in rural Pennsylvania, you’ll never want to leave. Townsfolk relax on their porch swings or gather to discuss the day’s events at the Coffee Shop over homemade pie. It’s the kind of town where friendship and faith flow together like a wide river on a fine spring day.

And you’ll love spending time with the Howard sisters who have begun a new life together in their childhood home, a gracious Victorian house that is now a bed-and-breakfast called Grace Chapel Inn. Here they rekindle old memories and rediscover the bonds of sisterhood, revel in the blessings of friendship and meet many fascinating guests along the way.

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Reading, Writing and Riddles – Book 34

The winter cold seems to fuel the creative fires of the citizens of Acorn Hill. A contest sponsored by the Acorn Nutshell inspires its readers and brings to light a puzzle that both captivates and mystifies the Howard sisters. Who submitted the remarkable anonymous contest entry? Is it fact or fiction? Meanwhile, Alice abd the ANGELs become involved with a project that brings cheer to old and young, and Jane involves herself in an undertaking that matches her talents with the needs of the poor. Through all of their activities, the sisters are reminded that there is great power in words.

About the Author

Jolyn and William Sharp work as editors in magazine and book publishing respectively. After a number of years in New York City, they now live in New Hampshire with an energetic dog and a senior cat. Jolyn enjoys knitting, weaving and gardening; William is constantly awed by her energy. They are active in the Women’s national Book Association and the New Hampshire Writers’ Project, as ell as a local book-discussion group. They read more detective novels than is good for them.

Book Details
Author: Jolyn and William Sharp
Page Count: 230 pages

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