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by Diane Owens Prettyman
4.1 stars – 49 Reviews
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Here’s the set-up:
Just days before his execution, Calvery Thomas has reason to believe in thin places. He looks at the world through the eyes of someone who has already passed on. When he promises Finn Tully a reward to find his daughter and prove his innocence to her, Calvery knows the request is unreasonable. He also knows Finn needs his help, and Calvery’s daughter needs the money. Finn is clean, sober, on the downside of a prison term and not about to get swallowed up in Calvery’s problems until a series of unexplainable events propel Finn into the middle of the mysteries surrounding Calvery’s execution. When Finn finds the daughter, Chloe, in Clam Harbor, Washington, he soon realizes she is in danger. Chloe is a tough, no-nonsense charter boat captain involved in a smuggling operation with the very man who framed her father. Finn and Chloe join forces to find the truth behind Calvery’s execution and, in the process, discover the power of a father’s love and the miracles of the world beyond this one.
5-Star Amazon Reviews
“An intriguing idea, unusual suspects, supernatural interventions, a father’s love, even from the grave, hope, faith … this novel has all of this and much more. Your spirit will be lifted!”
“Very interesting with many twists and turns. Interesting to think about the “Thin Places” in our lives. I always enjoy a good mystery too. Will look forward to more from this author.”
“Thin Places is a fine novel that combines a ton of different elements in a captivating storyline. The characters are well-defined and the plotting is superb. I’m looking forward to reading more of her work. Well done!”
About The Author
Diane Owens Prettyman was born and raised in Oregon’s Umpqua Valley. She spent her early years picking apples and walnuts and making up stories. Her first novel, Thin Places, won multiple awards prior to publication. Diane lives in Austin, Texas with her husband, a quirky standard poodle, and a backyard full of grackles.
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