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HIDING IN PLAIN SIGHT
by Amy Wallace

Genre: Inspirational, Contemporary Romance

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In this Mennonite story in the Place of Refuge series, Wallace brings readers romance, mystery, suspense and a chance to escape from the stresses of daily life. Wallace writes with passion. Her characters will feel real to readers and will not be forgotten even after they finish reading.

Ashley Walters hopes that working in a quiet community will breathe life into her threadbare faith. Her parents do not understand why she wants to be a police officer; they want her to become the next great painter. But she paints just for the sheer happiness it brings her.

Patrick James is a family counselorwho’s been helping out a local family. He is also helping Ashley learn the ins and outs of the community, without stepping on any rules the Mennonites live by. When fires break out in the community, people turn their eyes to one family that they think is responsible. (HARVEST HOUSE, Apr., 304 pp., $13.99)

Reviewed By: Patsy Glans

Publisher: HARVEST HOUSE

Published: April 2012

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