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You may run, but you will never hide Sara tries to run after the death of her husband She tries to run from the mystery of his unexplained death She tries to run from the pain it all brings The past catches up no matter how hard you try to run The letters show up in her mailbox with no address and no stamp They force her to face the past no matter how much she wouldYou may run, but you will never hide Sara tries to run after the death of her husband She tries to run from the mystery of his unexplained death She tries to run from the pain it all brings The past catches up no matter how hard you try to run The letters show up in her mailbox with no address and no stamp They force her to face the past no matter how much she would rather run Learning to stand instead of giving in to the urge to run gives her the chance she needs to begin healing from that pain Sara teams up with the detective from her husband s original murder case to investigate the mysterious letters and the equally mysterious past of the man she thought she knew Sometimes the only way to stop running is to turn around and face what is after you.

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  1. Words make the difference and Kathryn utilizes words through her presentations, writing and programs to offer a phrase of hope in order to shine the Light on the moment Her personal hope is that every person who encounters her words will feel as if those words were written or spoken just for her or him In my fiction, I tell a story that provides an uplifting message entrenched in hope In my non fiction and columns, I offer words that will point to hope In my talks, I tell stories that inspire hope Helping others discover their path to hope is my focus Kathryn want everyone that encounters the words to have a blessing from the, but she sees a particular person when she is writing I write to a woman that is trying to walk the tightrope of family, work and God and keep them all in the right balance She has a sense of humor, enjoys a little snark now and then, and references movies and songs in her every day speech She plays with words and enjoys being around others that can keep up She has a solid relationship with God, but hungers to go deeper She is not afraid of faith in her own life or in the lives of those she encounters She lives a life reaching for the rainbow.

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  1. A christian romance novel Sara has been running ever since her husband was murdered As he was shot he told his wife to run and keep running She keeps looking over her shoulder feeling someone watching her Doesn t know who to trust I really enjoyed this book, from start to finish, didn t want to put it down Would like to read from this author.


  2. The book began slowly, telling rather than showing, but the pace picked up and the writing became active fairly quickly I liked the protagonists, but Sara was a little gullible The main mystery was resolved satisfactorily however, we never learn who the mysterious Riddler is who sends warnings to Sara via letters, computer chat room messages, and even personal contact.


  3. This novel is a Christian Romance and had far too many errors to be ready for prime time I found 23 It obviously needs a good editor There are also too many redundant phrases If Kathryn would like a list of the errors, I would be happy to send them, just send me an e mail address to amacd55 at gmail dot com This is my way of paying for a free book.


  4. Kathryn Lang spins an intriguing tale about a mystery from the past with a Nancy Drew type feel to it The characters are interesting and when you place them against the backdrop of the town of Big Springs Alabama, you have an alluring concoction indeed Not my usual genre, but if you enjoy a good puzzle, be sure to check it out.



  5. This was a good book One of those you don t want to put down I did think it was a little too obvious who the bad character was though


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