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TBT Feature Novel: Hear No Evil

Happy Thursday!!

Today’s Throwback Thursday Feature Novel, Hear No Evil, takes us back to 2013. Isn’t the cover fantastic?!

About the Book


“Rustic Knoll Bible Camp—where kids bring their baggage to camp. So real you can smell the campfire. No bug spray needed!

Hear No Evil, Book 1

“I don’t want you living with me anymore!”

Mom’s parting words as she leaves him at summer camp stun Brady McCaul (13). But he has little time to thiHaHank about it as camp activities get underway. But Taylor, the camp bully targets him with cruel taunts and teasing. Only Brady’s friendship with blind cabin mate, Steven, makes life tolerable, especially when Steven’s spunky friend, Claire, puts Taylor in his place. 

But what prompted Mom’s sudden rejection? He definitely doesn’t want to live with his workaholic dad, the guy who left six years ago. That means Brady must go home and try to change Mom’s mind.

Can he survive a daring night-time escape across the lake? Will he change his mom’s mind, or will the secret behind her rejection change him?” 

Links: Amazon, Goodreads

About the Author


Award-winning author Mary L. Hamilton grew up at a youth camp in Wisconsin, much like the setting for her Rustic Knoll Bible Camp series. Her experiences during twenty years of living at the camp, as well as people she knew there, inspired many of the events and situations in her novels. A member of AFCW and CAN, she enjoys a little amateur photography, knitting, reading, and spending time with her family when she’s not writing. Mary and her husband live in Texas. 

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