Secrets in the Storm - Digital Versions - Patchwork Mysteries - Book 19
When Sarah and Maggie volunteer to help clean up the library after one of its windows is shattered during a storm, they uncover some evidence that suggests that someone intentionally broke the window! As Sarah begins unraveling the mystery, she realizes that there is more to this catastrophe than even she could have imagined. Who would want to break into the library, and why? Find out in yet another cozy mystery from the Patchwork Mysteries series!
Sewing up loose threads is her specialty…Meet Sarah Hart, an expert in vintage quilt restoration who has a knack for piecing together mysteries. Whether she’s creating a Log Cabin quilt or delving into a real log cabin to find a clue, her keen eye and gentle faith always lead her in the right direction. Sarah understands that the key to making an intricate quilt—or solving an intricate mystery—is knowing how to put it all together.Book Description
Secrets in the Storm – Book 19
Everyone in Maple Hill is bundled up for a long February, but when a winter storm blows through, it leaves the town library’s stained-glass window shattered. When Sarah and Maggie step in to help librarian Spencer Hewitt clean up the broken glass, they find something strange in the wreckage. Is it possible someone could have broken the historic window on purpose? Who would want to hurt the library? Worse, the library may not have the money to replace the beloved window. Sarah recreates the iconic design in a memorial quilt to raise money for the library, but as she examines the clues and tries to discover the truth about what happened that snowy night, she realizes there’s more going on than anyone ever imagined. Will she be able to uncover the secrets in the storm.About the Author
Susan Page Davis has published more than thirty novels in the historical romance, suspense, mystery, and romance genres. She’s a past winner of the American Christian Fiction Writers’ Book of the Year Contest (Carol Award), and a two-time winner of the Inspirational Readers’ Choice Contest. A Maine Native, she now resides in Kentucky with her husband, Jim, who is a freelance book editor. The two youngest of their six children also live at home. The Davises have six brilliant and adorable grandchildren and an array of pets: a black Labrador retriever cross, a calico cat, and a Tennessee Walker colt. Susan loves to read and do needlework, logic puzzles, and genealogy research. She’s a long time homeschooler and former schoolteacher. Visit Susan at her Web site susanpagedavis.com.Book Details
Author: Susan Page Davis
Page Count: 271 pages