British diplomat Sir Colin Danforth finds an old white Bible in Iran and brings it back to its original owner, Dr. Rachel Albright, an American Bible scholar. The Bible contains a list of previous owners, spanning 80 years from around the globe. He also brings news that he has found her daughter, Sarah, missing for 30 years. While he works to free Sarah–condemned to death in an Iranian prison–Rachel spends her time tracking down the owners, believing that if she finds them all a miracle will happen.
In 2047, Pilgrim VII, Hannah Ward, is an agent of FemCorps, a covert organization of women who rely on intuition and feminine Talents to solve crimes against women. Hannah is not sure she believes that intuition belongs in an investigation. When she ignores her partner’s intuition, Pilgrim XX ends up dead and Hannah’s guilt makes her dangerous as her latent and powerful Talent erupts. Now she’s on the run and on the hunt for a killer.
FemCorps agent Hannah Ward, Pilgrim VII, returns to active duty and is eager to prove her reliability after the sudden emanation of her Talent. Her new investigation sends her on the trail of a royal heir who is unaware of her birthright and the assassins who pursue her. Hannah stays one step ahead of the killers until she meets a deadly foe who outmaneuvers her at every turn and appears to be killing everyone connected to the secret.
Kaine Thompson is a writer, editor and author of several books, screenplays, and short stories that celebrate and encourage women. Her grandmother and mother taught her that she could do anything a man could do and was of equal value to God. Her great grandmother was a suffragette and her great aunt at age 77 set up a lawn chair under the Arc de Triomphe in Paris to protest the Vietnam War. Way to go, Aunt Rebecca!
Born into this rich feminist legacy, her mission is to empower women.
You have finally finished writing your book. What’s next? You probably need an editor. A professional editor can tighten your prose, discover errors and fact check information. There is nothing worse than spending money on printing a book only to detect misspellings, duplicate paragraphs, and erroneous information.
Whether your book is based on your expertise or your personal experiences, there are people out there who can be helped by what you know. It’s time to stop procrastinating.
Kaine Thompson is a dynamic speaker and available to speak to your organization.
As an author, she will be happy to speak about her books. Her new book, “Superstition Murder Club” will be available in October. Her topics include “The Writer’s Life,” “Write an E-Book,” “How To Take Your Own Book From Self to Shelf,” “Cash in on a White Paper” and other subjects on writing and publishing. She also speaks on spiritual issues for Christian women based on her book, “Face-to-Face: The Women Who Met Jesus.”
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