The search for Montezuma's treasure, mysterious events, family secrets, and a good-looking rogue!
When a leather parchment of Montezuma’s map is found in great-grandfather Evans’ old chest, April and the twins know this summer is going to be a memorable one. The girls want to search for it but their father is against it for some mysterious reason. With Julia’s help, she and the girls convince John to go on a treasure hunt. Is Montezuma’s treasure a legend or reality? Whatever the case, John insists on keeping their little treasure hunt a secret. If certain people find out about it, the family could be in danger. Purchase here: Montezuma Intrique
Linda Weaver Clarke travels throughout the United States, teaching a “Family Legacy Workshop” at libraries, encouraging others to write their family history and autobiography. Clarke is the author of the historical romance series, “A Family Saga in Bear Lake, Idaho” and a new mystery series, “The Adventures of John and Julia Evans.”
Linda was raised on a farm surrounded by the rolling hills of southern Idaho and made her home in southern Utah among the beautiful red mountains and desert heat. She has been happily married for 36 years and is the mother of six daughters and has four grandchildren .
After her family left the nest, she decided it was time to finish what she had started long ago. Linda decided to go back to college and get a degree. It had been 30 years since she had been in college and it was one of the most frightening things she had ever done. She had to learn how to study and take tests all over again. The first day of college, Linda was a nervous wreck and wondered if she could do it, but with the support of her husband and children she was able to graduate. She received her Bachelor of Arts Degree in Theatre and Music at Southern Utah University and received the Outstanding Non-Traditional Student Award for the College of Performing Arts in 2002.
She enjoys writing short stories and novels. After publishing "Melinda and the Wild West", she entered it in the Reader Views Literary Contest and her book was chosen as a Semi-Finalist in the "Reviewers Choice Awards 2007." It was one of the top ten out of hundreds of other entries.
About Linda's Writing
"Linda Clarke has a writing style which opens the mind in a way that lets us see what her character sees, and allows the reader to feel the thoughts and emotions of the characters. It is impossible to avoid becoming part of the story she so skillfully develops. She writes historical fiction as if she were taking the reader back in time." -- Lloyd E. Reid, Library Director of Washington County Libraries
You can visit Linda on her website at http://www.lindaweaverclarke.com and her Blog at http://www.lindaweaverclarke.blogspot.com
Deborah is the author of a Christian non-fiction book titled “Mission Possible”. It is written for women who love the Lord Jesus, but their spouse doesn’t share their passion. It will encourage and challenge the reader to embrace God’s promises for their spouse and future together.