The Buck Stops Here

The Buck Stops Here

Book - 2004
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With a touch of romance and a strong heroine, "The Buck Stops Here offers more of the fast-paced and suspenseful inspirational writing found in "A Penny for Your Thoughts, Don't Take Any Wooden Nickels, A Dime a Dozen, and "A Quarter for a Kiss. In this fifth book of the "MILLION DOLLAR MYSTERIES, Mindy Starns Clark weaves another tale of mystery and God's touch on the lives of those who seek Him. A young widow, Gallic Webber, finds strength in her faith in God and joy in her growing romance with her employer, Tom Bennett. As a business investigator, Callie has the opportunity to present grants to nonprofit organizations through her job with the J.O.S.H.U.A. Foundation. When Callie learns that the man she loves is somehow connected to the man who killed her late husband, she confronts Tom. But he informs her that his hands are tied by the National Security Agency and he can tell her nothing. Despite the secrecy surrounding Tom and the NSA, Callie decides to find out for herself exactly what is going on and how Tom may have been involved in her husband's death. Using her investigative skills, Callie throws herself into the most important mystery she has ever attempted to solve. Will their affection be able to stand the strain? And what was God's plan in bringing Tom and Callie together--marriage or merely answers for her questions about Bryan's death?
Publisher: Harvest House, 2004
ISBN: 9780736912945
Branch Call Number: AF CLAR


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Dec 20, 2013

Sad to say this is the last of the series. But it does answer a lot of questions raised during the reading of the series!

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