Never Alone

Adult
Pastor Michael Cooper died on the day a boy went missing. Selected to read the diary of the man of God is Sarah Shale, a woman in a town where she is fiercely unwelcome. The town wants her gone, but the new pastor wants her help, for Cooper left more of himself in the church than words. As Cooper reaches from beyond the grave, so does another ghost – a soul whose death has yet to be avenged. More

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About Christina Harlin

Christina Harlin is the author of the "Othernaturals" series, featuring the adventures of a ghost-hunting team, each with his or her own otherworldly talents, passions and secrets. Her stand-alone works of supernatural fiction are "Deck of Cards" and "Never Alone". With co-author Jake C. Harlin, she has also published the outrageous parody of romantic thrillers, "Dark Web." Having worked for over twenty years as a legal secretary and paralegal in law firms in Kansas City, Christina's experiences there have played no small role inspiring her comic mystery series of Boss books chronicling the ongoing misadventures of Carol Frank. Christina enjoys computer games, puzzles, great television and great novels. She is an avid movie fan who writes about film under the pseudonym Fearless Young Orphan at www.themovieorphan.com.

Christina lives in the Kansas City area with her family.

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Review by: Taffy1 on Oct. 5, 2011 : (no rating)
Christina Harlin has been my favorite author of funny, romance/mystery books. But this venture into the supernatural took me to a place where a seemingly perfect little Missouri town beckons the reader to "sit a spell" and have some lemonade. Yet, once we get there, we are immediately aware of the meanness, scandal and secrets. And to the town, put in place a church stuck in time, full of self-serving people who are determined to keep their secrets. As we are following the task assigned to our bright heroine, Sarah, we are also being instructed by an otherworld child who can see the future and know that based on his life and death in this quaint town we need to go. Now. This book nearly brought me to my knees. Well done, Ms Harlin, well done.
(reviewed 4 days after purchase)
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