Authors: Debbie Fuller Thomas
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When Marty Winslow's daughter dies of a devastating genetic disease, she discovers the truth: her child had been switched at birth. Her actual biological daughter was recently orphaned and is being raised by grandparents in in an undesirable environment. Marty is awarded custody, but Andie refuses to fit into the family, adding one more challenge for this grieving single mom that pushes her toward the edge, and into the arms of a loving God.
For Andie, being forced to live with strangers is just one more reason not to trust God. Her soul is as tattered as the rundown Blue Moon movie drive-in the family owns. But Tuesday night is Family Night at the Blue Moon, and as her hopes grow dim, healing comes from an unexpected sourceâthe hurting family and nurturing birth mom she fights so hard to resist.
When rebellious Utah socialite Kirsten Young is found murdered in Provo Canyon with strange markings carved into her flesh and a note written in 19th century code, questions arise about the old laws of the Mormon Church. Journalist Selonnah Zee is assigned the storyâwhich quickly takes on a life of its own. Even before the first murder is solved, several more victims appear, each one more mysterious than the last.
Adding to a slew of other distractions, Selonnah's cousin Roger has recently converted and is now a public spokesperson for the Mormon faith. But paradoxically, Roger's wife, Eliza, is struggling to hold on to the Mormon beliefs of her childhood. If something is really from God, she wonders, why does it need to be constantly revised? And could the murderer be asking the same questions?
David Eller is an American missionary in Venezuela, married to missionary nurse Christie. Together they rescue homeless children in Caracas. But for David, that isn't enough. The supply of homeless children is endless because of massive poverty and the oppressive policies of the Venezuelan government, led by the Hugo Chavez-like Armando Guzman.
In a moment of anger, David publicly rails against the government, unaware that someone dangerous might be listeningâa revolutionary looking for recruits. David falls into an unimaginable nightmare of espionage, ending in a desperate, life-or-death gamble to flee the country with his wife and son, with all the resources of a corrupt dictatorship at their heels.