When Maggie's psychiatrist sends her to a remote retreat house for rest and therapeutic journaling, what ensues is an eerie, haunting journey through personal discovery, reflection-and gore. a cryptic message is carved on someone's forehead. Soon after, the Carmelite nun who runs the retreat house is missing.
Someone is trying desperately to keep a secret, and Maggie's determination to understand her past and reconnect with her daughter threatens to unearth it-which sets Maggie up as the next target...
Full of mystery, suspense, and drama, Finding Maggie's Bliss sheds light on the dark topics of child trafficking and childhood abuse, reminding any who read it of the urgency to protect the innocent.
|Publisher:||Lord & Daniels Publishing Incorporated|
|Product dimensions:||6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.51(d)|
About the Author
Van Slyke is a member of PROTECT, a national pro-child, anti-crime association founded on the belief that our first and most sacred obligation as parents, citizens, and members of the human species is to protect children. He has previously participated in the Big Brothers Big Sisters program. He also volunteers his service in hospice work.
Inspired by events in his own life, as well as by headlines and years of research, Van Slyke has thus far penned three books:
I. "Angels Never Lie", a memoir.
II. "Digging Up Bones", a novel.
III. "Finding Maggie's Bliss" book two, a follow-up to "Digging Up bones".