by Deborah Dee Harper
Known for Mayhem and Uprisings
Available: July 24, 2018
Why would the President return?
MISJUDGE promotes with humor and poignancy:
The true worth of senior citizens
Empathy of the underprivileged
Hilarity and humility in a serious endeavor
Love at any age
Can a tiny village pull off an unbelievable venture?
Pastor Hugh Foster and his wife Melanie thought they’d seen the last of President Stuart Thomas Rogers after his first visit to Road’s End, Virginia. And who could blame him? After all, the first visit resulted in a vicious tornado and an assassination attempt.
What on earth would make STR want to return to that tiny, historic village—for an international peace summit of all things? But return he does and with some strange conference attendees. Because Rivermanse, the 1770s mansion atop the Nottaway River, is
A Road's End Mishap
Humor - General Fiction
By Deborah Dee Harper
5.5 x 8.5
the site of the summit, Hugh and Melanie and the rest of the town keep busy with preparations and renovations before its prestigious visitors arrive. President Rogers agonizes over who to invite to the conference with the time for extending invitations long overdue. Ross MacElroy, head of the Secret Service detail assigned to protect the president, grapples with problems in his personal life while trying to ensure STR’s safety in a town whose residents he’s well-acquainted with and leery of. Love is in the air in Road’s End, as well, and strange occurrences (even for Road’s End) accompany all that’s going on that week.
Will blissful peace or all-out war be the result of the First Annual Road’s End International Peace Summit?