New Release--Brady Street Boys Book 5
Rivals on the River
Summer 1987. Gary Fitzpatrick is trying not to get frustrated. But as he and his brothers continue their search for the missing doctor who amputated his leg, they are running out of money. So when the trail leads them to a small Iowa town on the Mississippi River, they enter a fishing contest in hopes of winning the cash they need.
Making friends with an autistic boy who’s a good angler, the siblings are shocked to discover the vanished physician had rented a room in their new pal’s house. But with the forwarding address locked in a safe with a lost combination and other contestants cheating to claim the prize, Gary fears their quest is coming to an unsatisfying end.
When something smells fishy, can the trio reel in the truth?
Rivals on the River is the captivating fifth book in the Brady Street Boys Adventure Series. If you like characters with faith, appealing heroes, and clever twists, then you’ll love Katrina Hoover Lee’s entertaining puzzle.
Buy Rivals on the River to cast for clues today!
Courage and Cheer for the Christian Race!
I have been creating stories for almost as long as I can remember. Growing up on a Mennonite produce farm, I created brothers Terry, Gary, and Larry, to help pass the time doing chores. I told stories about them to my brother as we weeded strawberries, thinned carrots, or cleaned fresh eggs.
As a teacher in Christian schools for eight years, I loved reading to my students at storytime. In 2008, I left teaching and went to nursing school.
For about a decade, as I worked as a nurse, I wrote books for adults. With a Mennonite publishing house, I produced From the White House to the Amish, Blue Christmas, and Captain Garrison. I enjoyed traveling, researching, and interviewing for seven books. I also shared my life as a cardiac nurse and member of an inner city Anabaptist church on my weekly blog.
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