TBT Book Spotlight: A Twisted Strand

Happy Thursday, Reader Friends!

Today I’m sharing a Throwback Thursday Book Spotlight on A Twisted Strand by Lynne Tagawa. Have you read it? It was released in , so be sure to add it to your TBR pile.

Let’s get started!

About the Book

The Blurb: “After dragging her heart through a divorce, Rachel Davis is ready to settle down on their South Texas country home, raise her kids, and find some peace. Can she find the secret to making her heart whole again?

William Davis, MD, would do anything to take back his horrible mistake, but infidelity is more than his wife can forgive. He goes home to an empty house in Austin every night, trying his best to be a good dad to his kids from afar.

When Rachel discovers their Jersey heifer dead from a hemorrhagic fever, she quickly realizes that the danger may spread to humans. Working for an epidemiologist, she joins the investigation. Is it natural? Or terrorism?

The family vet sickens, and Will enters the fray. Could this become an epidemic?

Estranged from God and from each other, both Rachel and Will encounter the truth of the gospel and struggle to make sense of it all. Is there hope? And is there hope for their relationship?”

The Twisted Strand is a realistic, vivid, and frightening scenario that will keep you thinking long after the end of the book. A timely story exploring the threat of bioterrorism and the faith it takes to Rachel and her family through, I believe this story will inspire everyone who picks it up. -Amber Schamel, author of Dawn of Liberty (2017 CSPA Book of the Year Award Winner)

Lynne Tagawa takes us deep into the world of biological warfare with a mystery that is plausible and scary. -Laura V. Hilton, author of The Christmas Admirer (Whitaker House)

Links: Amazon, Goodreads

About the Author

Lynne Tagawa is married with four grown sons and three marvelous grandbabies. She’s written a Texas history curriculum in narrative form, Sam Houston’s Republic, and The Shenandoah Road, a story of the Great Awakening. Lynne lives with her husband in South Texas.

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