Do you like…
- …small towns with dark secrets?
- …mysteries about missing people from 75 years ago?
- …teenage sleuths?
- …stories where the setting is as much a character as the people?
- …seeing revival?
If you answered yes to 1 or more of these questions, consider checking out Hope is a Dangerous Place.
Synopsis from Goodreads:
Award-winning author Jim Baton believes revival is coming to America. This is what it might look like–
Seventy-five years ago, fifteen-year-old Hope McCormick disappeared. To remember her, the newly incorporated town was named “Hope.” When high school friends Kelsey and Harmonie begin looking into this unsolved mystery, they discover that someone will do anything to make sure the town’s secrets never come to light. Which neighbors are allies, and which face masks a violent enemy? And what will it take for their struggling town to fulfill its original destiny of hope?
Hope Is a Dangerous Place was self-published by Jim Baton in February of 2020. It’s available on Kindle, where the price has been discounted for the month of April, and as a paperback. You can read reviews on Goodreads or Amazon. Or see my review here.