When I Close My Eyes
:Henry Hughes was hired to kill a well-known author, but the TV news anchor says she isn't dead. Henry won't get paid unless he finishes the job, and he really needs the money. But how will he get close to...
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:Henry Hughes was hired to kill a well-known author, but the TV news anchor says she isn't dead. Henry won't get paid unless he finishes the job, and he really needs the money. But how will he get close to Josephine Bourdillon when the hospital is crawling with cops?
Josephine's 17-year-old daughter, Paige, isn't sure what's going on. Her mom is in a coma, and the police are asking questions. Amid the stress and emotional upheaval, she wonders why this is happening to her family. Her mother has received disturbing reader mail in the past, but would someone really want her dead? And there's the odd man in the waiting room, whose young son desperately needs surgery. She wishes she possessed her mom's faith, but faith has been ebbing from her life for some time... .
Set against the flaming hills of North Carolina, this is the story of two families struggling with dysfunction and finding that grace is stronger than anything the mind can imagine.
Elizabeth Goldsmith Musser, a native of Atlanta, Georgia, attended the Westminster Schools and then received her B.A. in English and French from Vanderbilt University, where she was a member of Phi Beta Kappa and graduated magna cum laude. ýThough passionate about writing since childhood, Elizabeth's first book was not published until 1996. Two Crosses was the first of a trilogy set during both the Algerian War for independence from France (1957-1962) and the present day civil war in Algeria. Her work has since been translated into Dutch, French, and German. ýSince 1989, Elizabeth and her