The Light Never Lies goes Live on Amazon

Good news over on my wife Francis’ blog – she has just released the e-book version of her new novel.

Set against the backdrop of Northern Vancouver Island, The Light Never Lies is a story of heartbreaking need and desperate measures. People grapple with the loss of cherished ideals to discover that love comes through the unique family ties they create as they go.

Some of you might recognize the cover image, as the view from our front deck. To get a fuller sense of what it is all about, why don’t you head on over to Fran’s blog, Disappearing In Plain Sight.


Blue-green Book Cover - The Light Never lies

The big day has arrived. The Kindle version of The Light Never Lies (sequel to Disappearing in Plain Sight) is live today . And here’s a nice little case of serendipity – today is my daughter’s birthday, so I’ll always be able to remember when my second book came out!

Book Synopsis

As circumstances spiral out of control, Lisa-Marie is desperate to return to Crater Lake. The young girl’s resolve is strengthened when she learns that Justin Roberts is headed there for a summer job at the local sawmill. Her sudden appearance causes turmoil. The mere sight of Lisa-Marie upsets the relationship Liam Collins has with trauma counsellor, Izzy Montgomery. All he wants to do is love Izzy, putter in the garden and mind the chickens. Bethany struggles with her own issues as Beulah hits a brick wall in her efforts to keep the organic bakery and her own…

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