Randomly scribbled on road signs and etched on the hearts of generations who live in the valley community of Hell-O are phrases like, “Can anything good come out of Hell-O?” and “The only good thing about Hell-O is goodbye.” Ranking #1 in abortion, kidnapping and murder, everyone knows that a deep evil lurks in the shadows of Hello-O, but no one can stop it. What they don’t know is that woven into the fabric of their town is a red thread of redemption, one Maggie Sawyer, President and CEO of the Women’s Freedom of Choice Centers, has experienced firsthand; and she has the red shoes to prove it. Amidst unexplained disappearances, unimaginable brutality and immoral acts, God builds a place of refuge, restoring lives that were once held captive to the ruthless reigns of darkness. Buried secrets and generations of hidden sins surface in this thrilling suspense where light invades the darkness, and reveals God’s heart of compassion for a troubled community.
About the Author
“But God has chosen the foolish things of the world, to put to shame the wise and God has chosen the weak things of the world to put to shame the things which are mighty; and the base things of the world and the things which are despised God has chosen, and the things which are not, to bring to nothing the things that are, that no flesh should glory in His presence.” 1Corinthians 1:27-29 I have the words “that’s me” written next to the above text in my bible. There’s no false humility here, trust me. I was born and raised on the small island in the West Indies until age 14 when I joined my mother in Connecticut. What a culture shock! I’m still recovering from winter. My journey since then has led me to live in several states on the East Coast, West Coast and the Midwest. I have no theological, seminary education, training or credentials but plenty real time, hands-on experience with life and most importantly, with my Lord, Jesus Christ. I enjoy writing, reading, gardening, travelling and spending time with my family and friends. You’ve heard some of my story. I would love to hear yours! You can reach me at: firstname.lastname@example.org