I dedicate this book to the people who spend their lives in the service of caring for children.
As we are born, we learn to listen for the sound of our mother’s voice because we know it to be the source of our pleasure and comfort-that she will satisfy our hunger and take away our pain. It is our first lesson in learning to love. I dedicate this book to the people who spend their lives in the service of caring for children. Whether you are a mother, another family member or a social worker, or simply the good neighbor on the block, you are forever blessed in the eyes of God for caring for those who cannot care for themselves.
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Sharon Sala aka Dinah McCall, is a long time member of RWA and OKRWA. She has 94 plus books in print, published in five different genres, romance, young adult, western, fiction, and women's fiction. First published in 1991, she's an eight-time RITA finalist, winner of the Janet Dailey Award, four-tiime Career Achievement winner from RT Magazine, five time winner of the National Reader's Choice Award, and five time winner of the Colorado Romance Writer's Award of Excellence, winner of the Heart of Excellence Award, as well as winner of the Booksellers Best.
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Twentyfive years ago Olivia Sealy was kidnapped for ransom. The phone rings Neither the book's medical nor its investigative details ring true, and a surprising denouement leaves many questions. Today she has no memory of the terrible event, yet an uneasy feeling still haunts her-a fear that is realized when an infant's skeleton is found and a connection is made to Olivia's past. She picks up, but no one is there. Neither the book's medical nor its investigative details ring true, and a surprising denouement leaves many questions unanswered. Despite its novel premise, McCall's (The Return) lackluster thriller fails to develop full characters or a credible plot line.
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She picks up, but no one is there. She hears music and the sound of thunder. She hangs up in a trance.