Bringing Maggie Home
Ten-year-old Hazel takes her three-year-old sister to pick berries in a blackberry thicket in 1943, and only one of them comes home again. Young Hazel’s world crumbles, the weight of guilt from day that colors every relationship in her life for the next seventy years. But now Hazel’s granddaughter Meghan is a cold case agent and has an opportunity to investigate this very personal family mystery. What she uncovers could provide healing for three generations of women.
About Kim Vogel Sawyer (Hutchinson, Kansas Author)
Award-winning, bestselling author Kim Vogel Sawyer is acclaimed by readers and reviewers alike for her "gentle stories of hope." Kim is Kansas born and raised and enjoys showcasing her state in many of her novels.
A former elementary school teacher, Kim left her classroom in 2006. Now with more than 1.5 million copies of her books in print in seven different languages, she enjoys a full-time writing and speaking ministry. She and her former military husband Don are active in their church, where Kim serves as women's ministries director and participates in the music ministry. She and Don are the parents of four adult children and love to spoil their quiverful of granddarlings.
Please learn more about Kim and find purchasing links to her more than 45 titles at www.KimVogelSawyer.com.