The Taking of Carly Bradford by Ramona Richards

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A blue sundress and white sandals. That's what seven-year-old Carly Bradford was wearing…right before she disappeared. Three months later, Dee Kelley spots the sandals in the woods and knows she's uncovered evidence. Dee lost her husband and child—she won't let another mother suffer as she did. She will help police chief Tyler Madison find Carly, whether he wants her assistance or not. But Tyler isn't the only one determined to keep Dee off the case. And evidence isn't all that she'll find waiting for her in the woods.


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Ramona's first story featured a wild and crazy trip with her parents to her birthplace of Gadsden, Alabama. Ramona was three. Her mother was mortified...because not a word of it was true. She's not stopped making up stuff since. After she handwrote her first novel at ten years old (an enormous ten pages long), her mother gave in and bought her a typewriter. Now, after more years than Ramona wants to count, she's written everything from sales training video scripts to book reviews, and her editorial work has included novels, religious non-fiction, technical manuals and poetry. Ramona's freelanced with more than twenty magazine and book publishers and has won several awards for her writing, including one for a screenplay she wrote in--well, a long time ago. Her articles have appeared in numerous magazines, and she sold a story about her daughter to Chicken Soup for the Caregiver's Soul. Secrets of Confidence, a book of devotionals, was published by Barbour Publishing in 2005, and she's currently inundating her Steeple Hill editor with new manuscripts.In 2004, the God Allows U-Turns Foundation, in conjunction with the Advanced Writers and Speakers Association (AWSA), chose Ramona for their "Strength of Choice" award, and in 2003, AWSA nominated Ramona for Best Fiction Editor of the Year. The Evangelical Press Association presented her with an award for "Dirty Little Secret," which she wrote for Today's Christian Woman. Ramona and her daughter Rachel live in Nashville, and she escapes from her book- and DVD-swamped house by scuba diving and hiking. She can be contacted through her Web site,
Published May 1, 2009 by Steeple Hill Love Inspired Suspense. 224 pages
Genres: Religion & Spirituality, Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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