A Sinister Silence

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Fleming H. Revell, 2002 - Fiction - 175 pages
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After awakening from a long illness, Paige Mallory finds she has lost her hearing. While en route to an institute in Scotland where she hopes to learn to communicate by sign language and lip reading, she is kidnapped by a malevolent stranger who informs her that someone close to her is behind her abduction. Before Paige can fight her way to freedom, a new life, and even true love, she must first embrace a deeper belief in her God and in herself.

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Jane Peart went to college in New England and worked as an airline attendant before becoming a full-time writer. She is the author of over 60 books in both the secular and Christian markets. She writes several series including Brides of Montclair, Westward Dreams, American Quilts, Orphan Train West, and Edgecliffe Manor Mysteries. She is also a visual artist.

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