Troubled Waters by Rene Gutteridge

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Synopsis

The sight of the old farmhouse conjures up all those reasons she left. . . .

“Gutteridge’s debut novel Ghost Writer makes her an author to watch.” —Library Journal

Since these words appeared in 2003, Rene Gutteridge has published almost twenty novels and gathered a growing and enthusiastic following.

This story follows Macey Steigel, an ambitious urbanite who has returned home to Kansas for her father’s funeral after many years away. She intends to return to her big-city career as soon as possible and leave the dismal past buried along with her dad. But the sight of the old farmhouse triggers a wave of memories—and recollections of a painful secret—that she thought she’s left behind long ago. A story of love, healing and renewal.

 

About Rene Gutteridge

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Rene Gutteridge is the author of nearly 20 novels, including Storm, a series with Tyndale, and Never the Bridge from her Boo series, along with Occupational Hazards from WaterBrook. Her deft touch brings to life her memorable characters and plots, whether they are dealing with universal issues or finding the quirky and fun in lifes circumstances. She graduated magna cum laude from Oklahoma City University and earned the Excellence in Mass Communication Award. She lives with her husband, Sean, a musician, and their children in Oklahoma City.
 
Published March 30, 2012 by Hendrickson Publishers. 400 pages
Genres: Religion & Spirituality, Romance, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Literature & Fiction, History. Fiction

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