A Safe Haven for Beth
After escaping the clutches of a tyrannical grandfather in Boston, Beth Eastman and her three children travel by wagon train across the Nebraska and Wyoming Territories in 1876. You will come to care for Beth and her children from the beginning of their flight to the end of their story. Feel Beth’s fear as she attempts to keep her family safe. They face many hardships along the way, yet they rejoice as they meet those obstacles with the strength from their Heavenly Father.
Will her lies find her out as she takes on the position of stagecoach station operator of Mustang Ridge? Will she be accepted into the community? Will Carlisle Caruthers, grandfather to her children, be able to locate them there and take her children away from her? And most of all, will Sheriff Adam Tucker allow her to stay?
About Karen Carr (Northern Iowa Author)
Born and raised near Spencer, IA, a partner in a family farm near Rockford, IA for several years, & secretary at Mercy in Mason City, IA for 33 years, Karen is all Iowan. She retired from the local hospital after 33 years where she worked first as a Unit Clerk in the Pediatric Department for 17 years, then transferred to the Behavioral Services Outpatient Clinic as department secretary until her retirement in 2013. Mother of two adult children and grandmother of four, she continues to call Mason City home.
Children’s books - The Many Hats of Jeremiah Porter,” *My Hot Air Balloon, and Littlest Penguin..Her cozy mystery/romance, “Mystery at Burr Oak: A Dog Named Wang,” was published as a tribute to her mother, whose dog was named Wang (short for Wanger Doops). Read the book to learn about the story of how Wang got his name.
Karen’s historical Christian novel, “A Safe Haven for Beth” is due out April 2018. Her next book is a children’s picture book, What's That Strange Noise? co-authored by her youngest granddaughter and is in the publishing process, as well as “A Daisy for Sarah.”