A Memory Worth Dying For
“Do Not Return To Texas!” Marti Rushing gets the message, loud and clear. If she returns to Texas, her life is in danger. If she stays in Tennessee, she’s safe. But when she receives a letter telling her that Daniel, her ex-husband and the love of her life, is dying, she knows she has to defy the stalker and return to Texas to see him.
Three years ago, Daniel accused her of things she couldn’t remember doing. Without waiting for an explanation and after four wonderful years of marriage, Daniel kicks her off of his family’s Quarter Horse ranch. Now, three years after their separation, he walks into her art reception in Tennessee and acts like he doesn’t remember her. Does the memory loss have anything to do with the letter she received, or is Daniel pretending? Is he the one stalking her, or is it someone with a deadly, sinister motive?
Ignoring the deadly warnings, she leaves for Texas, but on the way there, the attempts on her life begin. Will she be able to evade her pursuer’s attacks? Or will Daniel’s face be the last one she sees?
About Joanie Bruce (Atlanta, Georgia Author)
Writing simple picture book manuscripts and mysteries for her children was something Joanie enjoyed doing for fun, but her passion for writing exploded when she started working in the Christian suspense genre. As an avid reader, she welcomed the transition from reading to writing and considered it a wonderful new experience to please others with her words.
Joanie has four published Christian suspense novels, "Alana Candler, Marked for Murder", "A Memory Worth Dying For," "Murder for the Time Being," and a Christmas Trilogy, "Holly, Ivy, &Intrigue."
Joanie and her husband, Ben, live on their Black Angus cattle farm in Madison, Georgia….about an hour from Atlanta. Writing and painting portraits from her home in the country is an opportunity she loves. Thankful that God has given her the talent to write, draw, and paint, Joanie strives to use them to encourage and delight others, and to honor Him in all her accomplishments.