Robert Oglesby’s Newly Released “The Twelve” Is a Heartwarming Cozy Mystery About a Group That Changes the Lives of a Small Texas Community Forever

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“The Twelve” from Christian Faith Publishing author Robert Oglesby is an engaging story about a mysterious traveling caravan of twelve who end up in the small, intimate community in Oplin, Texas, after being waylaid by a snowstorm, finding themselves using their gifts to form special bonds with the residents and bring about all sorts of little miracles in time for Christmas.

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“The Twelve”: an intriguing festive mystery. “The Twelve” is the creation of published author Robert Oglesby, a married father living in Oplin, Texas, where life is simpler, slower, and a lot more magical.

Oglesby writes, “December 12, 1932. A day McKenna will never forget. Not only was it her twelfth birthday, but the day twelve mysterious travelers rolled into Oplin, Texas during a fierce snowstorm. They became stranded so the community welcomed them until the weather cleared. This would be a Christmas the community would never forget. No one could imagine the impact the stranded strangers would have on the community or the special bonds that would be formed.”

Published by Christian Faith Publishing, Robert Oglesby’s new book is a compelling Christmastime mystery that tests the reader’s belief in miracles.

Based in the real town of Oplin, Texas, and told from the point of view of a bravely curious and lovable young girl, Oglesby offers a tale where magic and reality combine for an unforgettable story for the holidays.

View a synopsis of “The Twelve” on YouTube.

Consumers can purchase “The Twelve” at traditional brick & mortar bookstores, or online at, Apple iTunes store, or Barnes and Noble.

For additional information or inquiries about “The Twelve”, contact the Christian Faith Publishing media department at 866-554-0919.

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