The Mystery of Harbor Village Inn

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Author House, 2005 M02 4 - 160 páginas

Autumn Porter never expected a mystery to fall right under her nose when she moved to Harbor Village with her parents one summer.  As soon as she moved in, secrets emerged from behind her closet, in the foreboding woods where a statue of a young man stands, and in the town itself.  As summer went on, Autumn realized that even secrets from her hometown were catching up to her in Harbor Village.  Can she discover the keys to the mystery before they catch up to her?  Will her faith in God be strong enough as she fights the evil that has infested her family?  She tries one last thing as she nears death and this moment could be her last.

 

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