Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania (PRWEB) November 1, 2009
The Sun Will Still Come Up Tomorrow, an exciting new mystery by Cherie M. Fields, has been released by Dorrance Publishing.
Traveling back to her grandmother's ranch in the Texas Panhandle, Megan O'Hara is determined to unravel the mystery surrounding her grandmother's sudden death. Megan, however, arrives under the ruse of a guest wanting to stay the summer at the ranch-turned-resort, which is being run by her long-lost aunt, Carol. It doesn't take long for Megan to have more questions than she does answers. Why has the ranch's basement been boarded up? Carol said it was because of flooding, but Megan spent her childhood summers at the ranch and had never seen a flood. Who is this deputy with the twinkling blue eyes who knows why she is there and has agreed to help her? He poses as Megan's boyfriend, but what is he really up to? And why does one of her grandmother's friends slip the deputy a note that says, "Watch over our Angel closely! … Her life is literally in your hands!" Things just don't seem to add up, but will Megan be able to get to the bottom of it before it catches up to her?
Although Cherie M. Fields now resides close to her three children and eight grandchildren in Oklahoma, she grew up with her three older brothers in the Texas Panhandle, where The Sun Will Still Come Up Tomorrow is set. Writing a book has been Mrs. Field's lifelong dream. After retiring from long-term care administration and accounting, her dream finally came to fruition with encouragement from her granddaughter. Mrs. Field's greatest treasure is her family; she wanted to write a book they could all enjoy.
The Sun Will Still Come Up Tomorrow is a 80-page paperback with a retail price of $9.00. The ISBN is 978-4349-0320-4. It was published by Dorrance Publishing Co., Inc. of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. For more information or to request a review copy, please visit our virtual pressroom at http://www.dorrancepressroom.com or our online bookstore at http://www.dorrancebookstore.com.
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