New Whodunit Offers Wholesome Alternative to Secular Lit

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Story stresses the benefits of a close relationship with God.

To the town of Redmond, mystery surrounds the eerie old mansion on Pine Tree Ridge. Its owner, Mr. Stuart, died years before, and now the house stands empty--and, as some say, haunted. Uncover the intrigue surrounding this quaint town in Xulon Press Christian author Susan H. Riner's new book, The Mystery of the Twin Towers (paperback, 978-1-60647-331-3), a wholesome story that stresses the benefits of a close relationship with God. As the story unfolds, readers will see that God's hand, although unseen, is always working, even in apparently hopeless situations.

Says Riner, "In today's sea of youth literature, which is filled with alcohol, sex, and questionable behavior, The Mystery of the Twin Towers stands apart. Not only is it wholesome, with a focus on godly behaviors and choices, but it [also] captivates readers of all ages and backgrounds."

Riner, the author of previous release The Mystery at Canyon Creek (to which The Mystery of the Twin Towers is a sequel), has always had a love for good literature. That was what led her to seek out Christian self-publisher Xulon Press in her quest to share her God-inspired stories with other believers. "I have devoted my life to children and youth ministries, having a desire to see them love and serve the Lord all their lives," she says.

Susan H. Riner currently resides in Monroe, Virginia.

Xulon Press, a part of Salem Communications Corporation, is the world's largest Christian publisher, with more than 5,000 titles published to date. Retailers may order The Mystery of the Twin Towers through Ingram Book Company and/or Spring Arbor Book Distributors. Salem Communications is the country's leading Christian communications company with interests in radio, Internet, and magazine publishing.

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