Easton at the Crossroads

Easton at the Crossroads

by Rebecca Price Janney
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Overview

What happens when you do everything right, but life turns out all wrong?

Erin Miles and Peter Kichline have made critical decisions impacting not only themselves but their families and communities. They were careful. Deliberate. And still, the outcome isn’t favorable.

Revolution has come to Northampton County, igniting patriots with the publication of Thomas Paine’s Common Sense. Others are aflame with indignation—breaking away from Great Britain is sheer madness! Moravians and Mennonites want to avoid armed conflict at all costs.

Peter is accused of dragging his heels and accepting a bribe to put the brakes on the patriots, tarnishing his sterling reputation. A far less experienced officer is chosen to command Northampton County’s Flying Camp. Will Peter recapture his standing in time, or will the untested novice lead the men to battle? Will he be home for the birth of his next child?

Erin has always loved teaching, so why does she feel so out of sorts? And why does one student disdain her so much he turns to threats? Her ailing parents can’t be in the same room together, and her preteen son develops an aversion to school and a fondness for cell phones. Her new church and DAR chapter aren’t what she’s used to, and she has a misunderstanding with the man she thought just might figure into her future.

Easton at the Crossroads is book three in the much-loved Easton Series about two people, two hundred years apart, joined by blood ties, parallel experiences, and a winsome town beckoning “come home.”



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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781948888028
Publisher: Elk Lake Publishing, Inc.
Publication date: 06/25/2018
Series: Easton Series , #3
Pages: 262
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.55(d)

About the Author

At fifteen, Rebecca Price Janney faced-off with the editor of her local newspaper. She wanted to write for the paper; he nearly laughed her out of the office, when she displayed her ace-a portfolio of celebrity interviews she'd written for a bigger publication's teen supplement. By the next month, she was covering the Philadelphia Phillies. During Rebecca's senior year in high school, Seventeen published her first magazine article and in conjunction with the Columbia Scholastic Press Association, named her a runner-up in their teen-of-the-year contest. She's now the author of twenty-one published books including two mystery series, as well as hundreds of magazine and newspaper articles. Her other books include: Easton at the Forks, Easton in the Valley, Great Women in American History, Great Stories in American History, Great Events in American History, and Great Letters in American History, along with Harriet Tubman, Then Comes Marriage? and Who Goes There? A popular speaker, Rebecca also appears on radio and TV shows. She's a graduate of Lafayette College and Princeton Theological Seminary, and she received her doctorate from Biblical Seminary where she focused on the role of women in American history. She lives with her husband and son in suburban Philadelphia.

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