Sheila Schneider’s Debut Novel Employs Native American Folklore

‘Valley of Hope’ follows two men as they learn to trust and love again only to find a new set of obstacles.

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RANDLE, Wash. (PRWEB) May 13, 2013

Author Sheila Schneider tells an emotional story of trust, love and hope in her novel, “Valley of Hope” (published by AuthorHouse).

The story centers around two former lawmen whose friendship was torn apart by death and grief. Through a twist of love and fate, their lives come back together. The men both have strong women in their lives who urge them to open their hearts again, and the magic of an old Native American valley proves to have its own influence.

After reuniting, the reconciled pair discover that trouble has followed them from their past to their present and is threatening their future. Native American lore plays an unexpected role as they’re presented with a challenge they’re not sure they can live up to in this thrilling story.

An excerpt from “Valley of Hope”:

“As he moved down the other side of the rocks he keep an eye on the one gunman. Reaching the bottom nearest to the fire, but still coved by the rocks Randy waited. Finally the gunman reached his camp. As he sat down by the fire with his back towards the rock, Randy slowly stepped out with gun in hand.”

Valley of Hope
By Sheila Schneider
Softcover | 6 x 9 in | 204 pages | ISBN 9781434370426
E-Book | 204 pages | ISBN 9781468520941
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble

About the Author
Sheila Schneider lives with her husband in the small town of Randle, Wash., surrounded by the Cascade Mountains. This is her first published book.

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