Tracks and Ties - Miracles of Marble Cove - Book 22
Come to a place known for flip-flops, lobster pots, and porch swings. It’s a place to relax, a place to relax, a place feel at home. Take a walk along the rocky coastline, and gaze out at the boats bringing in their daily catch. Meet four different yet unforgettable friends who are mysteriously drawn together by events too amazing to be coincidence. Follow their miraculous adventures as they face life’s challenges, hold each other up in faith, and experience God’s amazing grace.Book Description
Tracks and Ties – Book 22
Shelley is approached by a realtor who tells her that the Bauers are sitting on real estate gold. Maybe it’s time to sell their how so they can buy something larger for their growing family. But what will become of the friendships Shelley forged with her Newport Avenue neighbors? Meanwhile, Margaret tries to shake off the winter blues by photographing the old train station for artistic inspiration. She makes a startling discovery, though, when she views the pictures on her computer. When Beverly asks her estranged cousin to be a bridesmaid, she realized that there is still unfinished business from her marriage to her late husband. And Diane is asked to be the subject of a story about surviving cancer a second time, but is she ready to share such a personal experience with strangers?
The friends finally make their way to the house that was once owned by Elias Thorpe. After prodding the current owners, they uncover a clue to the elusive station master’s destination after he vanished from Marble Cove. Could he still be there after all these years?About the Author
Camy grew up in Hawaii and now lives in San Jose, California, with her engineer husband and rambunctious dog, Snickers. She graduated from Stanford University and worked and a biologist researcher for nine years, but now she writes fulltime. She is a staff worker for her church youth group, and she leads one of the worship teams for Sunday service. On her blog, she ponders knitting, spinning wool, dogs, running, the never-ending diet, and other frivolous things, Camy loves hearing from readers. You can write to her at Camy Tang, PO Box 23143, San Jose, California, 95153, and you can visit her on the Web at camytang.com.Book Details
Author: Camy Tang
Page Count: 261 pages