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Clare writes inspirational romance, usually of a suspenseful nature. Her books are available through her publisher Pelican Book Group and Amazon. She is married with three kids and lives in the UK. She loves watching sci-fi, crime drama, cross stitching, reading and baking.

Friday, 5 December 2014

The Watchman by VB Tenery

Blurb:

When Detective Noah Adams meets the abused son of a powerful judge, he knows he must intervene, and fast. The violence is escalating, and even Noah’s special gifts may not prevent the unthinkable from happening.                    

Relentlessly pursuing two cases, Noah receives a chilling message: Cody’s deranged father has taken his son and it’s up to Noah to follow the judge’s twisted trail to find the boy before it’s too late.

Corrupt city officials, a missing socialite, an attempted murder, and a rescue in the middle of a blizzard entangle Noah in the most complicated case of his career. A case that will mean his ultimate redemption or will take him back into the dark history that haunts him.

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Bio:

Author V. B. Tenery lives with her family in East Texas. Her passion is writing inspirational fiction with shining characters, settings, and plots so exciting readers come away feeling delighted with the experience. Not content to stay in one genre, her novels range from contemporary suspense and supernatural suspense, to an upcoming historical suspense set in WWII England. When not writing she enjoys reading, hiking, and tubing down rivers in the Texas Hill Country

God’s child trying to make Him proud.




How we Celebrate Christmas

Our family celebrates with a Christmas party that has been going on for five generations. On December 23rd every year, relatives from across the nation gather in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. The party rotates to the home of one of the relatives still living in Baton Rouge (and there are many). Often a hundred or more will fill the house to overflowing bringing food and beverages. Only the children exchange gifts. Towards the end of the evening we separate into twelve groups to sing “The Twelve Days of Christmas”, where we act out or “parts”. The finale is a group sing-a-long of “Silent Night” and we bid farewell until next year. On Christmas Eve we return to our respective homes for traditional Christmas festivities with immediate family. It’s a great way to stay close and connected to our large clan even if only once a year.  

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