About the Book:
Ron Fowler's challenging life as the pastor of a large church becomes far more difficult when he receives a letter calling him "an abuser of children who has committed unspeakable and obscene sins." That same day eight year odf Emma Wells is abducted from his church. This minister's efforts to assist the FBI in finding Emma, counsel her parents, and identify the accuser challenges his faith and abilities. Is there a connection between the accusatory letter and the mising child? "Life is full of places we would rather bypass, situations we choose to avoid, and experiences we wish were not in our path."
About the Author:
Curt Finch is a graduate of North Carolina State University and Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary. He is the owner of Emerald Isle Books.
I have used references in my novel to the writings of Soren Kiergaard. My favorite quote of his is as follows, "Life can olny be understood backwards; but it must be lived forwards."
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