Justice At Baragula
Justice at Baragula concludes the 3 book "Baragula" series and tells of Bradley Hunter who has now fufilled his ambition to be the policeman stationed at Baragula. Years before, Brad risked his relationship with his teenage sweetheart, Madeline Honeysuckle, to...
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Justice at Baragula concludes the 3 book "Baragula" series and tells of Bradley Hunter who has now fufilled his ambition to be the policeman stationed at Baragula. Years before, Brad risked his relationship with his teenage sweetheart, Madeline Honeysuckle, to leave the area for his essential training and experience. Now he realises she has changed so drastically from the happy girl she had been, his hopes of reviving their relationship seems hopeless.
^Not long after Brad insisted he had to leave without her, Maddie's life had collapsed around her. Her mother's death was only another catalyst that forced her to believe she was unlovable. Even God no longer answered her prayers because of the woman she has become. Danger from the past begins to stalk and traumatise Madeline again. She is forced to turn to Brad the policeman for protection and his expertise to bring to justice the criminal who again threatens her and those she loves.
^Can two young people with scars from their past discover a way back to love, not only for each other but for God whose ways may sometimes be hard to understand, but does exercise His justice, truth and love when and how He wills?
With well over 800,000 books in print, Mary Hawkins has been a prominent figure in the Christian fiction world. Mary's dream of becoming a published novelist became true in 1993 with the release of her first book. Since then 18 titles have sold world-wide with Australia, a collection of contemporary Christian romance novels becoming a best-seller.
Mary and her husband Ray, also now a published author of devotional books, have been in pastoral ministries in New South Wales, Queensland and England. They now live in Australia's island state, Tasmania.