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Unveiling The Past
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Unveiling The Past

Sawyer, Kim Vogel Paper

Mysteries, family secrets, and the love of a true Father are found at the heart of this gripping novel from the best-selling author of Bringing Maggie Home Newlyweds Sean Eagle and Meghan DeFord are no strangers to pain and loss. As cold-case...+

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Mysteries, family secrets, and the love of a true Father are found at the heart of this gripping novel from the best-selling author of Bringing Maggie Home

Newlyweds Sean Eagle and Meghan DeFord are no strangers to pain and loss. As cold-case detectives, they know intimately the anguish family members endure after the murder or disappearance of a loved one. But when a new case hits too close to home, it threatens to pull loose the fragile cords of their young marriage.

Sheila Menke was just a girl when her father left for work and never returned. An investigation revealed he had embezzled enough to start a new life elsewhere, but Sheila could never accept the court's criminalization of her father. Meghan reluctantly takes the case, secretly fearing it will stir up buried feelings about her own biological father. And while Sean investigates the mysterious death of two young brothers, he longs to start a family. But Meghan worries that with a negligent mother and an absentee father as her parenting examples, she might never be fit for motherhood.

As they delve deeper into the past, both Meghan and Sheila must choose to either stumble along the road of bitterness and resentment or walk the difficult path toward forgiveness and healing. When the cases begin to break wide open, these young women are poised to discover that while earthly fathers may fail, there is One in heaven who is a father to the fatherless.


EAN    9780525653660