MEADVILLE, Pa. (PRWEB) January 10, 2020
“Black Pearls of Raven’s Way”: an engrossing book that draws fascination to the readers’ hearts and takes them into a thrilling adventure in seeking justice. “Black Pearls of Raven’s Way” is the creation of published author A.C. Townsend, a woman who lived most of her life on the shores of Lake Michigan in Southeastern Wisconsin. Books became her go-to place to escape hard times and dream of brighter tomorrows.
Townsend writes, “The mansion called Raven’s Way stood drenched in the morning dew. A veil clings to the massive structure like a comforting blanket. The edifice wears a crooked smile for the world to see, yet the worn path to her front door has been trodden down with decades of loneliness, deceit, and discord!
“The fortune of Raven’s Way began with gold that was covered with the blood of innocent life. Would an heir rise and put an end to the curse? Would true love ever come to the Raven’s Way Mansion? Someone had to balance the scales of justice. Far too many years had gone by and far too many sins had been covered up.
“A person should never be judged by the color of their skin. All life has value, and all men are created equal. To live in peace with humanity is to walk beside God. To see things any other way can cause a domino effect, bringing down people and nations.”
Published by Christian Faith Publishing, A.C. Townsend’s new book is a plot-driven novel that leaves the readers a lingering question about true love that would come to the Raven’s Way Mansion.
With this purpose, Townsend aims to let the readers understand that God has created man equally despite skin color, race, cultural beliefs; hence, no one should be dragged down.
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Consumers can purchase “Black Pearls of Raven’s Way” at traditional brick & mortar bookstores, or online at Amazon.com, Apple iTunes store, or Barnes and Noble.
For additional information or inquiries about “Black Pearls of Raven’s Way,” contact the Christian Faith Publishing media department at 866-554-0919.