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TBT Feature: Peggy Blann Phifer’s To See The Sun

Happy Thursday, Reader Friends!! I hope the week is blessing you. As you know, I’ve decided to start a TBT Feature post. Each week, I’ll share a TBT novel from one of my author friends. Today I have Peggy Blann Phifer’s To See The Sun. Let’s get started!

About To See The Sun

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From the Back Cover: To See the Sun, ​Book One in the Desert Skies series.

​He’s already killed her husband … now he’s closing in on her-and her unborn baby.

​Erin MacIntyre’s life and future is shattered when her husband’s car plunges into a mountain ravine, snuffing out his life. Police investigators rules it accidental death … or possible suicide. There were no skid marks where Justin’s car left the road. Erin refuses to believe that. Justin MacIntyre, CEO of a large construction firm in Las Vegas, had just signed the contract on a multi-million dollar project. And, Erin had just told him they were going to have a baby . . . after seven long years. No. It hadn’t been suicide. She was sure of it.

​Clay Buchanan, an old flame. A man she’d betrayed . . . a man who had once been her husband’s best friend. A man who’d disappeared on the eve of her wedding to Justin seven years ago.

​Now a Private Investigator, Clay claims that Justin contacted him weeks before his death and sent him papers that indicated illegal shenanigans going on within S&M Construction, Justin’s company. Erin refuses to believe him. Justin would have told her he’d been in touch with Clay after all these years. Wouldn’t he?

​When they get the report on the boat crash, they learn it was no accident. Then, Erin and Justin’s condo is broken into. Erin accepts Clay’s help. With the additional help of Doug MacIntyre, Erin’s father-in-law and president of Justin’s company, they dig into Justin’s information. But they unearth more than they anticipate . . . a twisted chain of events starting, apparently, with the death of Erin’s parents two years ago, long assumed to be an accident. As they assemble all the pieces, time is running out for Erin. Someone wants her dead.

​Perhaps this is more than they can handle.“

Purchase: Amazon, B&N


About the Author

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Peggy Blann Phifer retired from an executive assistant position after twenty-one years in the Electrical Wholesale industry in Las Vegas, Nevada. She came to writing later in life when a prayer appeared in 2000, in a two-volume Guideposts Book compilation, ‘Prayers for Every Need.’

Her indie-published debut novel, To See the Sun​, released in January 2012. Since then, her writing has appeared in a number of anthology series in 2013-15, and she is now writing a series of her own called ‘Sweetwater River.’

Peg’s second novel, Somehow, Christmas Will Come, ​originally released in November 2014, has been redesigned and was re-released in December 2015. Widowed in October 2012, Peg now makes her home in Northwest Wisconsin in a home she bought together with her daughter and son-in-law. The three of them share the house with one dog, and one grand-dog.

​Peg has three children, six grandchildren, eleven great-grandchildren. She loves writing, reading, crochet, needlepoint, and coloring in an adult coloring book of Mandela patterns.

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2 thoughts on “TBT Feature: Peggy Blann Phifer’s To See The Sun”

  1. Hi, Toni,
    For some reason I can’t explain, I never saw this post last month about my debut book. I have no idea how I missed it.
    But I want to thank you so much for putting it up, and for the review.

    Like

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