All, TBT

TBT Novel: Speak No Evil

Happy Thursday, Reader Friends!!

Ms. Hamilton’s back with Book two in her Rustic Knoll Bible Camp series. If you missed Book one, check it out HERE

About the Book


The Blurb: “What if the one person who believes in your dreams is keeping you from achieving them?
Taylor Dixon knew having his little sister, Marissa, at camp would be a pain. He never imagined the pain would go so deep.
At 15, Taylor wants nothing more than to get his drivers license. But Dad says he must prove he’s responsible by staying out of trouble. Marissa’s adventurous spirit is what usually lands him in trouble, but she’s the only one who believes in his dreams.
Taylor returns to Rustic Knoll Bible Camp expecting the usual sermons, softball and swimming. Instead, he discovers a vintage Mustang in the camp’s machine shed, and the owner’s invitation to help restore it fuels his dream of becoming driving a race car someday. But Marissa falls for Taylor’s snobbish cabin mate, and her thirst for excitement pulls Taylor into a rivalry of words and deeds that threatens to destroy not only Taylor’s hopes of getting his license, but also his dreams for the future.

Can Taylor keep a lid on Marissa’s antics? And will the message hidden in the old car’s engine reach him before it’s too late?”

Links: Amazon, B&N, 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. 

Follow: Website, Facebook, Instagram

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Logo

You are commenting using your account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.