Publisher: Tyndale House Publishers
Pages: 416 pages
Publication Date: October 4, 2022
Categories: Christian Fiction / Mystery & Thrillers
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Desperate for answers, Avery contacts FBI Special Agent Marc Wilkins for help. As Marc works to identify the dead man Avery saw, threats toward Avery create a fresh sense of urgency to pinpoint why someone wants to silence her. With a hurricane approaching the Texas coast and the structural integrity of the Lago de Cobre Dam called into question, time is running out to get to the bottom of a sinister plot that could be endangering the lives of not only Avery and her loved ones but the entire community.
Praise For CONCRETE EVIDENCE
“* VERDICT Mills . . . delivers another action-packed novel that offers intrigue and an adventurous ride. Recommend to fans of Dani Pettrey, Lynette Eason, and Carrie Stuart Parks.” – LIBRARY JOURNAL, Shondra Brown
“The confident plotting keeps the mysteries coming, and red herrings will have readers guessing the culprit through to the satisfying conclusion. Fans of Colleen Coble and Susan Sleeman will savor this thrilling standalone.” – PUBLISHER’S WEEKLY
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What is Your Definition of Home?
by DiAnn Mills
In Concrete Evidence, Avery viewed home as a sanctuary, a place of hope and healing. How do you define home?
For many people, home is where they grew up. Childhood memories make us smile and lead the way for fun conversations. This time of year, when the leaves are changing to gold and scarlet and the chilly temperatures cause us to reach for sweaters and jackets, our thoughts linger on the upcoming holidays. Cherished memories of home creep in. We remember the laughter, the family get-togethers, spending time with friends, and the sense of love and belonging.
But home has a depth of clarity depending on who is using the word. Emotions pave the way for a definition often triggered by sensory perception.
Home . . . isn’t simply the place where we live. That can be a house, apartment, hotel, shelter, motor home, tent, health facility, an imaginary place, or wherever we plan to spend the night. Sometimes we feel home is another person. If we are unhappy, home can be a striving to find the perfect, stress-free life.
“The ache for home lives in all of us, the safe place where we can go as we are and not be questioned.” —Maya Angelou
I believe home is a state of mind. It nestles in our hearts to form a warm spot where we are loved, fulfilled, at peace, satisfied, and comfortable. We don’t build a home by furnishing it with the latest trends, we build a home by furnishing it with unconditional love.
If you don’t have a definition of home, I encourage you to create one today.
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