Evil lurks in the woods and back roads of Appalachia, and only one person can stop it from spreading and infecting others.
Ruby Lynn Fortson fights this very human evil with a superhuman ability. Her first paranormal vision occurred at a traveling tent revival, and the out-of-body experience convinced Ruby Lynn that her young daughter, Maud, was in danger, a warning that allowed her to avert certain disaster. A special part of her mind had been awakened, subsequently enabling her to find the lost-and punish evildoers.
Ruby Lynn is only fourteen. As a young mother, she is often anxious about her own future. But she also recognizes the incredible opportunities her ability gives her and perseveres in helping people-despite the hazards of the work.
Ruby Lynn begins to build a reputation as a psychic who specializes in locating missing children. Some people are enthusiastic about her abilities; others are skeptical or downright hostile. When Ruby Lynn receives her most powerful vision yet-a missing girl in Arkansas-she begins an adventure that will lead to powerful heartbreak and incredible danger. A cult is operating in the backwoods-and its next target is someone close to Ruby Lynn's heart.
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About the Author
Kat Holladay, a theatre and speech graduate from Arkansas Polytechnic University, embarked on a career as a speech, drama, and debate teacher, devoting more than thirty years to teaching at a high school level and directing over twenty theatrical productions. Holladay also worked as chair of the high school's communications department.
During her career, Holladay received the Arkansas Outstanding Speech Teacher of the Year Award, the Stephens Outstanding Educator Award, the National Forensics Arkansas Coach of the Year Award, and two Outstanding Little Rock Central High School Teacher of the Year Awards. After her retirement from teaching, Holladay began facilitating professional teaching workshops. She is a lifetime member of the Arkansas Communications Theater Association.
Married to her college sweetheart, Holladay has lived in Arkansas for more than forty years. They have two daughters and five grandchildren.