After ten years of being away, Frank finds the courage to return to his hometown to make peace with his past and settle old scores. When he stops at the old barn where he and his six siblings once took refuge, he finds chilling evidence of things gone wrong. Behind the barn is an unexpected grave with the note, "Found him. Buried him." What really happened in that barn, and who is in the ground? Did his brother return, or did his father? Frank searches for his brother and sisters and follows the clues to find answers. He discovers some happy surprises, but also many disturbing questions.
Love Looks Back: The Search for Siblings is book two in the Journey Home Series. It is a cozy mystery with a message of forgiveness for life's disappointments and healing from life's hurts.
About the Author
C. A. Simonson has been a technical writer, freelance writer, author, editor, playwright and graphic artist. She has over 200 nonfiction articles in magazines online and in print. Her award-winning short stories have been published in five anthologies and online. She has written newsletters for several companies and a column for Quick & Easy Cooking magazine. Teacher, speaker, transcriptionist, and documentation specialist, she has served on the board of the Springfield Writer’s Guild in Missouri for three years. She has self-published two novels and one anthology. She is the mother of two sons and grandmother to six grandchildren. She lives in Strafford, Missouri.