WEALTH: A Mallory O'Shaughnessy Novel: Volume Three

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Trafford Publishing, 2010 - Fiction - 408 pages
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Continuing the adventures of the strong, faithful, and intelligent seventeen-year-old Mallory O'Shaughnessy as portrayed in DAZZLING and TREASURES, Paula Wallace's new novel, WEALTH, showcases the spunky teenager following the Lord and finding more danger and intrigue! Mallory has recently returned to her duties as the young CEO of DiaMo Corporation. The diamonds inherited from her father's estate continue to pay off big and have given her numerous worldly riches. But Mallory constantly keeps the Lord first in her life, knowing that her true riches lie in Heaven. A stalwart Christian friend, Diana Faulkner, has helped Mallory through all the twists and turns her life has taken in recent years. When Diana's daughter, Cassandra, a violin prodigy, is invited to Israel to play in the orchestra, Mallory senses something isn't right, yet says nothing when Diana encourages her daughter to pursue her dream. But Cassandra becomes caught in the snare of a vindictive woman who desperately wants Mallory's pink heart diamond and to destroy Diana Faulkner. Mallory takes matters into her own hands, even if it means she herself must take the fall With a global setting from Tulsa, Oklahoma, to Tel Aviv, Israel, WEALTH traces one woman's determination to live her life for God and the true love between friends.

"You may contact Paula by email at paularae2@verizon.net"

 

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Paula Rae Wallacea pastor's wife for more than thirty years, resides in the Dallas, Texas, area. A mother of two grown children, she has four grandchildren. Wallace enjoys teaching a ladies' Sunday school class each week and has been a women's conference speaker domestically and abroad.

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