After the apparent suicide of her son, Sara Stafford left her husband in search of a reason to live. He believed the police report that she denied. As her husband plotted to get her back a struggle began when first her new boss and then a government agent tried to romance her.
Secrets can destroy you.
Plagued by nightmares about the moment her son died, Sara is led by his spirit to uncover the reason for his death and the realization that he worked for the CIA as a mole in a Neo Nazi group who were plotting to sell a new chemical weapon to an Al Qaeda cell...a weapon designed to wipe out the people of Israel. Her son had destroyed the chemical lab and eliminated the chemist; but he failed to destroy the formula before his death. One by one, his CIA contact and the superiors at the agency, as well as a tracker within the Neo Nazi group become desperate in their search for the formula and its sample as time runs out on the delivery date. Sara and her husband become embroiled in the search. Clues take her on a journey through a maze of tragedy bringing her out to the edge of reason.
But, Love can give you hope.
Matthew Farrell is quite surprised at his attraction to his contact's mother. All his life he had always been a loner. The kid had talked about her sweetness, but he chalked it up to family loyalty. He never trusted anyone enough to lessen his guard. Then he got the assignment to romance the Mourning Dove and realized love had finally come in an impossible situation.
And Peace...Peace can only come from within.
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About the Author
Donna has also published a memoir: A Fork in the Road: My Story of Suicide and Survival [Trafford, 2005] and contributed a collection of short pieces and poetry to an anthology: Mainely Driftwood [Trafford, 2004] and to SIMUL: Lutheran Voices in Poetry [Xulon Press, 2007]. She also contributes personal essays for The Crier, a monthly Lutheran newsletter.
Donna lives in Southern Maine with her husband and a dog named Bear.