Lizzie Engel is scared! Someone is watching her, and sending her threatening notes. She has been fired from her job under the accusation of stealing money. All she knows is to run. She ran away from her home in Kingdom Kansas at 18 and now five years later she is running back there. Has she lost her mind, is someone really stalking her? She is sure that in the small rural town of Kingdom, that no one can find her. However returning to Kingdom, brings back hard memories of how she was raised in a harsh, strict home. Her father was an Elder in the Mennonite congregation in Kingdom, and nothing she ever done was good enough for him. Will he allow her to return home?
Unfortunately he does not allow her to return home, but a kind friend steps in and gives her a job and a place to stay, perhaps Lizzie and her young daughter Charity are home for good. Until the man in the orange car shows up and the threatening notes start again. The danger has followed Lizzie to Kingdom. How will she resolve this, is it time to run again?
An awesome book!! I loved this book, I love reading suspense and this totally fits the bill. Nancy Mehl kept me reading till I finished the book. I had a clue who the bad guy was, but there were so many twists in the story, that I was not hundred percent positive I was on the right track. Truly a great suspense story that can keep you guessing! 332 pages US $14.99 5 stars!
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