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Let Sleeping Dogs Lie, Patricia Haley, 1583146245
Let Sleeping Dogs Lie
Secrets Can Tear A Family Apart

Author: Patricia Haley

ISBN: 1583146245
ISBN-13: 9781583146248
Format: Paperback, 330 pp
Publication Date: September 2006
Publisher: Kimani Press (an imprint of Harlequin)
List Price: $14.95
 

 
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FROM THE PUBLISHER:
 
Jealousy, gossip, betrayal, marital woes, and dark secrets, crush unity and laughter from the Reynolds family, leaving damaged remnants. Let Sleeping Dogs Lie tugs at the heart of human frailty and dysfunction, questioning whether faith and unconditional love can enable the unthinkable to be forgiven and the painful sting forgotten.

Bestselling author Patricia Haley is back with an evocative and powerful novel that features a family hiding dormant, long-forgotten secrets, and a daughter who is compelled to address those painful issues regardless of the consequences.

Angela has reunited with Reese after a recent separation and is struggling with the adjustments necessary to restore the marriage. Letting the dust settle isn't easy, but she's taking the right step given her faith. Choosing to ignore the drama swirling around her immediate household, she also sits in a place of denial regarding the rest of the Reynolds family, whom she holds in high regard. That is until shocking rumors involving her father surface, and her world comes crashing down. The unity blanket and bliss once covering the family are in jeopardy and the ugliness is threatening to erupt. Gossip and accusations of guilt spiral out of control when an issue of paternity arises. Perhaps the weight of pretending could be bearable, but the new rumors about Sylvia crossing the line drives a wedge in their already not-so-sisterly bond, stretching Angela's faith to the breaking point.

Sylvia is nursing her own wounds and refuses to suffer in silence any longer. The day of reckoning has arrived and Sylvia is wielding the ax of judgment. In the past she has masked her hurt and anger, determined to go along with the farce. Convinced that Angela is blind to the truth, Sylvia is bent on giving her sister a view of the real world, even if it requires extreme measures. She plans to expose a slew of devastating truths at the upcoming family event and punish those responsible for her torment. Sylvia is determined to set the record straight, regardless of the lives that are sure to be impacted, including her own.

Relationships appear permanently destroyed, but Aunt Ida Mae, the voice of reason rooted in faith and trust in God, facilitated reconciliation in a family that seems unfixable. Let Sleeping Dogs Lie tugs at the heart of human frailty and family dysfunction, begging the question, Can faith in God's promises and a pinch of unconditional love enable the unforgivable to be forgiven and the painful sting forgotten?

 
ABOUT THE AUTHOR:
 

Patricia Haley, national bestselling author of Let Sleeping Dogs Lie, Still Waters, Nobody’s Perfect, Blind Faith, and No Regrets is a trailblazer in the mainstream faith-based fiction genre.  She self-published Nobody’s Perfect in 1998 and her faith-based debut novel sold nearly 20,000 copies and repeatedly make bestselling lists, including #1 on the African-American Essence list.  With her engineering degree from Stanford Univ. and M.B.A. in marketing and finance from the Univ. of Chicago, she works part-time as a project manager.  Patricia is a born-again believer, an active member of the local chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Public Service Sorority, and a member of New Covenant Church in Trappe, PA where she sings in the gospel choir, serves on the building committee leadership team, and heads a financial mentoring program with her husband, Jeffrey.

 
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