Our Lady of Variety

Our Lady of Variety

by Pat Tiffin
Our Lady of Variety

Our Lady of Variety

by Pat Tiffin



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Everyone believes in miracles...until one happens. Then all hell breaks loose.
Carlene Stiles is a wannabe wild child living in a trailer park, wondering what happened to her life and selling a little weed to get by. Then one night behind her doublewide, down from the sky in a column of light comes a woman looking for all the world like the momma of baby Jesus.
The Virgin Mary has a message and Carlene is the one to deliver it. She isn’t convinced and neither is the town of Variety, North Carolina. Carlene’s isn’t exactly what you’d call virgin material. But when inexplicable phenomena rock the state, no one quite knows what to believe.
The media is swarming the town and the faithful keep coming. There’s bus of nuns, an old drunk claiming to carry the soul of Elvis Presley and a woman desperate to find her son. Tensions flair as the town is torn in two. Is this the work of God or the Devil?
Through all the story's twists and turns, it all comes back to Carlene. With life and death at stake, she's forced to decide what she believes.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940164215606
Publisher: Pat Tiffin
Publication date: 09/01/2020
Sold by: Smashwords
Format: eBook
File size: 451 KB

About the Author

Pat is a former yankee who’s made her home in North Carolina. Her first novel was “Watching Vanessa”, a story of women who stalk their friend’s stalker (eBook coming soon.) Her second novel, “No New Messages”, is the story of a 9/11 widow coming apart at the seams. She ends up in a small NC town near Wendell. With help from friends, a lost puppy, and a broken-down house, she finally comes to grips with her past. Our Lady of Variety is the first of a series of books on the Virgin Mary. Pat continues to be fascinated by Virgin Mary sightings around the world.

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