Fabry's second novel for adults is engrossing and entertaining. June Bug
is wise beyond her seven years, but her engaging personality, as well as the mystery surrounding her family of origin, will draw readers into this unforgettable tale.
June Bug and her father John travel the country in an RV. While parked at a Wal-Mart, June Bug looks at one of the missing children posters inside the store and is shocked to discover her own face staring back. Is John really her father? And if he isn't, why is she with him? The next few weeks are a turning point in their relationship, where June Bug seeks the truth about her past and the father she loves so much. (TYNDALE, Aug., 367 pp., $13.99)