What if you were accused of a crime you didn't commit? What if you spent years locked away in jail for that crime? Now you are out on parole and you want to clear your name and start a new life. This is Allie Marshall's story in Sister Dear by Laura McNeill. This is truly a riveting story - you feel for Allie and her challenge of assimilating back into a small town that is having a hard time forgiving and moving on....even her own daughter wants almost nothing to do with her. McNeill crafts a story that will keep readers wanting to find out what is coming next and to learn how Allie can overcome this gigantic hurdle and maybe prove her own innocence - even at the cost of family....
McNeill is an author to watch! Don't miss this excellent Christian fiction title.
Laura McNeill is a writer, web geek, travel enthusiast, and coffee
drinker. In her former life, she was a television news anchor for CBS
News affiliates in New York and Alabama. Laura holds a master’s degree
in journalism from The Ohio State University and is completing a
graduate program in interactive technology at the University of Alabama.
When she’s not writing and doing homework, she enjoys running, yoga,
and spending time at the beach. She lives in Mobile, AL with her family.
Find out more about Laura at http://lauramcneill.com.
**I was sent a copy of the book by the publisher for an honest review on my blog.