Love and Not Destroy by Sandra Carey Cody

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A baby is found in a basket on the grounds of a small-town museum during their annual Folk Festival. Twenty-two years later, a homeless man is murdered in the exactly the same spot. Connection? Or coincidence? Peace Morrow, the foundling, now an adult working at the museum, is haunted by this question and thus begins a quest that explores the nature of family, of loyalty and responsibility. As she tries to reconstruct the victim's history, his story becomes entangled with her own search for family roots. Her journey leads her through the dusty boxes in the museum’s storage area, to an antique market in a tiny hamlet in northern Pennsylvania, and, ultimately, to the innermost reaches of her own heart.

About Sandra Carey Cody

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Sandra Carey Cody grew up in Missouri, surrounded by a family who loved stories, whether from a book or a Sunday afternoon get-together. She's lived in various cities in different parts of the country, but wherever she's gone, books have been the bridge to a new community and new friends. She and her husband now live in Bucks County, Pennsylvania. To learn more, you can visit her website:
Published March 12, 2012 286 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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