About this Book
Imagine that you are returning to the United States from a foreign country with your spouse. You go to the babysitter and get your kids before making the final trek back home. After the weariness of your journey, you look forward to relaxing and spending time with your family in your dream house.
Suddenly, while still on the road, you get a harrowing call from a neighbor. Your house has been broken into. And the intruders are still in the house.
What would you do? Would you call the police?
That is exactly
what Jesse and Jennifer Kane do the moment they get home and discover signs
of the intruder in their home. Shockingly, in their case, the police can do nothing. The squatters seem to have the law on their side, and they have no intention of leaving the house. And the
squatters would do anything to stay. Anything.
The Kanes' effort to reclaim their home
exposes them to the hard realities and deficiencies of the legal system in
America. It tests their marriage when Jesse stops at nothing to get their
home and their lives back, including a risky attempt to uncover a mysterious
organization that may be helping the squatters. Their relationship with
their friends and their children are at risk. Their ordeal forces them to
realize that their once-sound faith may not be as durable as they thought.
And every person in this story will be changed forever; some for better, and
others for worse. Will the Kanes lose everything before they understand what
This Christian suspense novel is only fiction. Yet, it
is all too real.
BISAC Category: FIC042060 FICTION/ Christian/ Suspense
A Suspense novel
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Someone was watching her every move. From the moment she emerged from her
house, to the moment two minutes later when she started her car and pulled
out of her driveway, eyes were focused on her. They were watching through
the window from inside the master bedroom of 6609 Bynum Drive.
About the Author
N Jones is an author and publisher with over 22 years experience. Jones has
worked with several publishing companies, using these opportunities to hone
his writing and publishing experience.