It is 1927, and Ellen Hern, now a wealthy widow, is returning to her childhood home in Appalachia. She wouldn't have personally chosen the move - which will cause her to relive painful experiences at Arrowwood Estate - but the...
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It is 1927, and Ellen Hern, now a wealthy widow, is returning to her childhood home in Appalachia. She wouldn't have personally chosen the move - which will cause her to relive painful experiences at Arrowwood Estate - but the local authorities have requested help in solving her husband's mysterious death. When she left nine years before, Ellen carried with her much bitterness over the loss of Lane Dalton's love - and the community that shunned her when her father was imprisoned. What she didn't take with her was her childhood faith. How can Ellen face the haunting past, in addition to the present-day mysteries at Arrowwood? Can she rediscover love and faith while under the cloak of choking suspicions?
Irene Brand's goal of being a writer was conceived at an early age in her rural home in West Virginia. In the early 70's she started publishing in historical, religious, and general magazines. During that time she also edited and compiled two church histories. She has written Sunday School curriculum, edited a two-year series of mission curriculum, and her works have appeared in five program-material anthologies. Her publishers include Zondervan, Standard Publishing, Thomas Nelson Publishers, Fleming-Revell, Barbour Publishing, Kregel Publications, and Steeple Hill (inspirational imprint of Silhouette). She has had 3 non-fiction books published, and 17 fiction works including the Love Inspired and Heartsong series, Test of Love was released in Poland in 2003.