HOPE ON HANK'S FARM
Hope On Hank's Farm, the sequel to Sanctuary Of Hope will be available soon. Here's a sneak preview:
Do you wonder about the expected baby in the ending pages of Persimmon Capital Murders (2005)?
Meet Hope Herold.
Fifteen-year-old Hope Herold trembles in the back of the secret cave, dodging the burning tree limb that chased her like a sparking octopus leg, blocking her escape. After Judge Roberts ordered her to Hank’s Farm two years earlier, she finally felt safe, until today. High on drugs, Arnold, was out there somewhere, searching for her.
Daring to uncover her eyes, the dim light from the burning limb gives her a shadowy view of the inside of the cave. What is in here with her? No movement, but something about this cave is different. Actually, it feels safer than the world outside. “Maybe, pirates hid their treasure in here.” Her giggle shocks her back to reality.
Hope On Hank’s Farm, is a tale of hope lost, hope found, hope threatened, but will hope ever be secured for Hope Herold, the first child sent to the Farm from out of state? Hank’s Farm, founded in the novel, Sanctuary Of Hope (2015), is a protected, although endangered, oasis of hope for hopeless-abandoned, abused, and troubled children of all ages. An oasis snuggled between Kentucky mountains.
Anyone familiar with the mountains of southeastern Kentucky can relate to at least one of these oasis of hope, scattered throughout the mountains, that have saved and still save lives and spirits and gives hope to children and youth. Having been reared in these mountains as the daughter of missionary parents, I know and understand. Hope On Hank’s Farm is the fifth of eight published books that have been inspired by my mountain memories.
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