H. L. Chandler
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About H. L. Chandler
H. L. Chandler writes in several genre, thrillers, paranormal, adventure, and mysteries, also a few stories for children. She has lived across the U.S. and for a short time in Canada.
Titles By H. L. Chandler
When Diana marries Clay, it is the event of the year in Garden City. She is marrying a prosperous landowner. She considered Evan, but the only advantage the fervent evangelist had was his golden handsomeness. No, she made the right choice; Clay will continue the rich lifestyle to which she is accustomed. He knows the elegant Diana is not the ideal farmwife, but Clay wants her anyway. When drought and manmade disasters destroy the farmland, reality sets in and Diana decides to save herself, leaving Clay to fight against the church and state to keep control of the land.
While the heartland is dying, Evan struggles with his spirituality. He becomes a problem for the church, and Clay offers him asylum, complicating his own situation. The two men are in the midst of battles, Clay in the visible world, and Evan against unseen principalities. Diana’s sister, Jan, believes in Evan’s crusade. She wants to build up his following, organize the campaign, yet not understanding Evan’s true goal.
As they each work toward what they perceive as right, circumstances, and world events may in the end determine their fate.
Is the missing real estate developer a murderer, or a victim? The police suspect Charlie’s death is the reason Matt is missing, and they want to question him. Those who know Matt have doubts, he surely isn’t capable of murder. Billie’s job is to find him, not determine his guilt or innocence. Those who want Matt to remain hidden are intent upon stopping Billie’s investigation. Even if it means making Billie disappear!
As Ladonna searches for Darla she runs into family deceit, hoodoo spells, and the answers to mysteries in her own past. Confronting the kidnapper she learns the shocking reason for the child’s abduction. In this terrifying moment she and Darla face death. Like her favorite city of New Orleans, Ladonna is an exotic beauty with a tough, gritty side.
There was no unemployment, the state provided jobs for everyone. Nothing went wrong so long as citizens stayed within the law. Josh and Ellen Sebring wanted to obey the law, but the price was too high. They lost their lives and the state took their son anyway.
When Celena and Maggie Delaney meet Rolan Sebring at the TCD academy the three children set in motion events that will bring about the destruction of their way of life. Nora, along with Rolan's aunt and uncle, to protect the children flee with them to the unknown Outland. The drought stricken land harbors genetic mutants and outcasts of all sort. In the area between the City-States life is hard. Yet, amidst the dry and barren land rides the Reunion Army, their goal is to reunite the country.
Julie Taylor lunged upright in bed, a scream locked between her clenched jaws, her fingers covering the pale scar under her cheekbone. Julie's chest and back were sweat-drenched, the skin hot and sticky. Her blue cotton gown was plastered tighter than if she'd walked through a shower. Julie blinked at her strange surroundings; it wasn't her room at Mrs. Hager's house in San Bernardino. It took Julie a minute to remember that she was on the way to Oak Grove, a small town in Arkansas, where she would teach school next fall. The nightmare always left Julie confused and, if she dared admit it, terrified.
Most of the time her mild psychic abilities keep her slightly off balance. Her daughter has a case of teenage attitude. her husband, Stan, is cut off from work, and her son is terrified by his own powerful clairvoyance.
But when an ancient evil group picks Stan as their next inductee, Jesse learns what real trouble is.
And it's her family that is going to pay the price.
…there are places on the earth where evil comes through stronger. Perhaps its a thin spot in the veil which separates us from the unseen world. Our job is to remain true to the light that has been revealed to us.
We need have no congress with what is out there. We have instead to stand fast, firm in faith, and keep the wickedness at bay.
Janet's husband, Gary, was a danger to her and their children. She had to leave him before he physically injured them. If Janet had read her Grandmother Carter's journal she might not have taken refuge in the North Carolina cabin. Intent upon murder, Gary follows them to the cabin where her grandmother's words prove horrifyingly true.