A compelling, meticulously researched, inspiring tale of family ties and courage…
In Abston’s third installment in A Dying Truth Exposed series, Annabelle and her Cherokee family are forced to make daring choices to confront the past and fight for their future in the face of new dangers. Annabelle is content in her new life with her husband John and children, Joseph, David, Rain, Jannie, and Jonathan, by her side. After a shocking kidnapping rocks the small community of Tahlequah, Annabelle and John find their lives engulfed in chaos. With the Indian Agents still on their heels, the couple know they must do everything in their power and save their family in the face of the imminent danger. A compelling plot, fueled by a mounting sense of tension in the face of persistent new and old dangers keep readers engrossed. The intricate mini subplots add further to the complexity and depth. Abston ably develops his characters, and he does it through subtle but significant details. Fierce Annabelle once again faces a challenging path, and she rises to it with courage and grace. Lisa and others’ stories unfold gradually in short chapters that alternate between various characters’ individual stories, adding to the intrigue. Courage, resilience, will, and determination remain the book’s main themes, along with the intricacies of familial ties, love, loss, grief, hope, guilt, and redemption. Finally, Abston writes about the fraught bonds of families across generations and how sudden moments of self-reflection have the power to affect the trajectory of one’s life path. A solid historical tale that will leave readers gratified.
The Two Wolves
(A Dying Truth Exposed, Book Three)
Pub date November 6, 2022
Price $15.99 (USD) Paperback, $0.00 Kindle edition