Ellie Gable searches for her father in Accidental Discovery, the second book in a series that began with book one, Justifiable Deception. As she gets closer to the truth about what really happened to her family when she was a child, she discovers much more than her lost father, William.
William Gable was enjoying his career as a certified public accountant until one Monday morning when he was approached by the FBI asking for his help. That one fateful moment changed his life, and the lives of the ones he loved, forever as he was thrust into a future filled with corruption, heartbreak, lies, and deception.
If you haven't read Justifiable Deception, you might want to check out this copy of the William Gable Family Saga. It includes the first and second books in a series, Justifiable Deception and Accidental Discovry.
Do Angels exist? Guarding Luke will take you on a journey as one very unlikely Angel attempts to complete a most difficult assignment. With rich characters, a hefty dose of humor and a simple message about God and faith, this story offers readers a chance to contemplate their personal beliefs about the presence of angels in our midst.
It’s one of the most marvelous adventures
that anyone can have.”
– Lloyd Alexander
Just One Soldier is a book that contains eighty letters written by Dick Haggmark in 1954 to his family while stationed in Japan serving in the U.S. Army. It is also the story of his life as he continued to serve his community and family until his death in 1978.
I am an accountant living in Webster, NY, with my husband of over 40 years. We have two children and two grandchildren. Currently I am enjoying my second career as an author.
After several years as a technical business writer, I published my first book titled Just One Soldier in 2015. From there I was hooked! My second book Guarding Luke? was published in 2017.
As an author, it's pretty simple - I hope to write books as a storyteller that people enjoy reading.
My mantra is -Write on!
And I continue to do so with four books published so far.