Frank travels back to his hometown to settle scores and make peace with his past. Visiting the old homestead, he discovers chilling evidence in the barn of things gone wrong. Clues to the past, to his father, and perhaps his father’s killer. In his search for his brother and sisters, Frank is awed at God’s intervention and how he is given direction to find the ones he seeks.
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EXCERPT: Frank went inside the barn, found a bale to sit on, and tried to process recent events: the pocket watch, Mac’s letter, the funeral, Mike, the Johnsons, Simmons. How did it all tie together? The turmoil over Mike’s death tumbled within his being. He thought the matter was settled in his soul. Seeing the Johnsons just brought the ugly bile to the surface again. His mind felt like a boxing match with aggressive thoughts pummeling accusations, with reason trying to referee.
He kicked at the straw as he walked through the barn, angry at Simmons, angry at the Johnsons. Angry at himself. Another kick and his foot hit something solid. He kicked away the straw and saw part of a broken, jagged handle laying in the middle of the floor to some sort of tool. He pushed aside more straw – the pitchfork? He gasped. How did I miss that before? Continue reading Love Looks Back: The Search for Siblings