A Question of Reputation

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Tate Publishing, 2011 - Fiction - 336 pages
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Raymond Stoner was once a well-loved, highly respected associate pastor of a large church. Now, he goes by Jeremiah Christie and is a drifter with a past shrouded in secrets. Stopping in the small town of Silverlake, the ex-pastor finds injustices in need of righting. Struggling against his kind nature and the deep wounds of his past, Jeremiah makes friends with town pariahs despite himself. His good deeds interfere with the powerful Bradshaw family, who has run the town for over a hundred years. Now the Bradshaws have Jeremiah where they want him, in prison, accused of murders they know he didn't commit, but certain he will be convicted and out of their way for good. Jeremiah must face the secrets of his past in order to withstandA Question of Reputation.
 

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