Gail Veal is sent back in a vision to save her own future. The action in Turkey Creek, book seven of the Whispering Pines Thriller/Suspense series takes place in two time frames, each clearly marked to avoid confusion, so the readers are getting two independent stories that collide near the end. Walk from the present back to the Georgia era of 1862.
"Indian Giver" does not mean to take back as the modern definition implies. To the inhabitants of the ancient river Indian tribes around mid and South Georgia, Indian giver means a person who is bearing a gift to another and expecting one in return. This book and title by author Charles Wells is a two edged sword and carries both definitions to a nail biting climax.
Whispering Pines "Cotton Tears" is book four in the 9 books (and counting) thriller/suspense series by Charles E. Wells. ESP tinged and drama salted stand alone novel series centered in Georgia USA. Each book stands alone with no cliff hangers. Read one or read them all in order. Exciting edge of your seat enjoyment for all ages.
An Atlanta based drug cartel takes revenge on the Veal brothers of West Creek County for their interference with a major illegal drug distribution network. Things go from hot to explosive with lives depending upon trusting Gail's ESP and visions to steer them clear of dangers. Revenge is a standalone novel, not a cliff hanger. Suggested, but not required, to read Book 1 to learn the characters
Chuck Veal has not heard from his brother in Georgia in over a week and nobody answers the home phone or cell. An employee at the timber mill his brother owns gives him run around answers and the local Sheriff refuses to post a missing person report.
With his gut instincts screaming "trouble,"