Jimmy Lee Starnes has established a new identity far away from Logan Creek, Texas. For the most part, he's quit worrying about running into anyone who might know his checkered past. Meanwhile, his old hometown is undergoing a major downtown facelift. As Meg Patterson and Brad Sampson begin to rebuild their friendship, she feels God leading her to become a part of the fast-growing business community.With encouragement from her friend, Pam Starnes, and the help of her father, Stephen, she hopes to turn one of the old downtown buildings into a successful, upscale coffee shop. Shortly after work begins, however, so do threats against the Patterson family. Suddenly, Sheriff Sonny Thomas and his deputies have more unsolved cases and suspects than a town this size deserves. When every lead turns into a dead end and a key suspect ends up murdered, Sheriff Thomas wonders if it's time to ask a higher power for some help...and this time, he's not thinking about the Texas Rangers.
About the Author
Jeanie Pinkston currently resides in Sherman, Texas, with her husband of 46 years, Jim. Before retiring, she was employed at East Texas Baptist University for 19 years and spent the last nine of those in the post of Registrar. For most of her life, she has written poems, childrens' stories, and journals for personal enjoyment. During the past several years, she has had feature stories published in The Baptist Standard, Lifeway’s Mature Living Magazine, and ETBU’s alumni magazine, The Hilltop News. She is the author of two full-length fiction novels in the Logan Creek Series: Sinned, Sealed, and Delivered, and the sequel, Wholly Ground. Both are available at Amazon.com in print and Kindle editions. She is currently writing the third book in the series. The Pinkstons have three children and five grandchildren. In addition to writing, she enjoys Bible study, travel, and bass fishing. She also delights in hosting her grandchildren in Gigi Camp each summer.