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About the author:
Saundra Crum Akers lived in southern Ohio during her childhood and is familiar with the culture and the locations of her novels.
Her roots all extend back to the early 1800's in four counties of southern Ohio, those being Highland, Adams, Pike, and Brown counties. However, she has not restricted her novels to only these counties and has novels set in Clinton. Ross, Fayette, and Pickaway counties as well. She is currently working on a novel set in Greene county. Please check out her web site at saundracrumakers.com or look under A Mysterious Ohio.
Saundra Crum Akers
Book Two of "The Questing Hart Series"
Alicia Hart has researched a family mystery, written a book,, and is now contemplating a reluctant return to her counseling practice when Thomas Camp comes to her with a proposal.
"Act as a life coach while doing genealogical research for me to determine where the mental health problems in my family originated and what was the nature of my ancestors problems. Also I'd like to know if I am being paranoid or is someone really stalking me. In exchange I'll pay you for six months at the rate of income you earned on last year's income tax records."
How could she refuse? Her quest takes her to the Old Athens Mental Hospital and to historical archives around the state. Meanwhile she finds that her actions have put both herself and her client in jeopardy. Only a miracle will save them. Will it come in time?
What readers are saying:
"Word by word, page by page, and chapter by chapter...good reading entertainment." Stephen Greer
"Saundra Crum Akers has woven another novel in Hopeful Hart. It is so interesting one doesn't want to put it down." David Bell
"I spent a memorable afternoon in the woods reading a great book. I guess if I'm ever to get my buck of a lifetime I had better leave Saundra's books at home." Mike Castle
- Publication Date:
- 149093703X / 9781490937038
- Page Count:
- Binding Type:
- US Trade Paper
- Trim Size:
- 5" x 8"
- Black and White
- Related Categories:
- Fiction / Suspense