Streiker's Morning Sun - Robin Hardy

Streiker's Morning Sun

By Robin Hardy

  • Release Date - Published: 2014-04-16
  • Book Genre: Religious
  • Author: Robin Hardy
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This 4th edition features a NEW ending that leads directly into If Only for This Life: Book One of the Sammy/Streiker Salmagundi. 

It’s a suspicious, unfriendly little town suspended in a dreary, bone-chilling winter. But when reclusive Dallas billionaire Fletcher Streiker receives a rambling plea for help from one of the residents, he decides to make a personal visit, bringing his wife, Adair, and their young son, Daniel. The citizens react with predictable hostility when Fletcher shows a little too much interest—and insight—into their doings. 

Inexplicable things begin to happen, as when pieces from Adair’s past appear around town. However, when Fletcher pushes the townspeople a little too far, she and Daniel are left on their own. And the only way they can leave—the only way anyone can leave—is on Fletcher’s train, the Morning Sun.

Streiker’s Bride, the first book of The Streiker Saga, is followed by Streiker: The Killdeer and Streiker’s Morning Sun. Fletcher Streiker makes his next appearance in His Strange Ways, the sequel to Padre. Also, look for Streiker to invade The Sammy Series in If Only for This Life.

Robin Hardy is the award-winning author of 31 books, including The Annals of Lystra, The Streiker Saga, and The Sammy Series.

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