A Shred of Evidence

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Crown Publishing Group, Feb 4, 2009 - Fiction - 336 pages
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The first book in the Seaport Suspense series

Ellen Jones, first introduced in the Baxter series, is enjoying a leisurely lunch at a Seaport restaurant when she overhears a private conversation at the table next to her—and disturbing accusations involving the husband of a woman she has recently befriended. But as Ellen digs through old newspaper articles and stumbles onto information too frightening to keep to herself, will she become enmeshed in speculation and gossip—or will she take the lead and become a catalyst for truth and healing?

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User Review  - Kelly - Christianbook.com

At the beginning of the story I was so angry and by the end it had me searching my own heart and convinced changes needed to be made! The story was good and there just seemed to be a "and the moral of the story is..." ending which I really appreciated. Read full review

User Review  - Robyn Barnett - Christianbook.com

I just finished this book and really enjoyed it. Really makes you think about if a person says something about someone...is it concern...or gossip? And makes you think about the best, and Christian, way to handle these situations. Read full review

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Kathy Herman is a best-selling author and award-winning poet, who has contributed feature stories and articles to publications such as Bookstore Journal. A former staff member of the Christian Booksellers Association, she has also worked at Better Books Christian Center, specializing in children's products and conducting related seminars in the U.S. and Canada. She and her husband, Paul, have three grown children and five grandchildren and live in Tyler, Texas.

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