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Cora's Deception Paperback – March 18, 2012
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From the Author
Although the location may not be exactly right, it's close. Cedar Creek does exist in southwest Missouri and the character Cora is based on my great, great grandmother. While she did not spend the night in a hollow tree with her brother, someone did and the story was passed down. Which simply means this is a fictional book based on facts. The meteor shower that occurred during the family's journey through what is now St. Clair County, did in fact happen. Many believed they would die from it as it was so frightening. I hope you'll enjoy this story as well as the other three that make up Brides of Cedar Creek.
About the Author
Mildred Colvin has been writing Christian romance since 2001. She has over thirty published books, several winning reader awards. She is a member of American Christian Fiction Writers and is active in a very special critique group. Her goal is to write stories that touch the heart.
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This is a romance story but also concerns far more than just Cora but also her family & friends. There are natural deaths, births, heartache and adventure.
pioneers or the wild west and cowboys. They more enjoyable when they have Christ at the center of the stories.
In the world we are living in right now that is being rejected, by a small amount of the population but they make the
I think the author did A good job unfolding the moral of the story which I see as a big problem in this day and time.