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Mary L. Hamilton

Author Bio:

Mary L. Hamilton is a graduate of two Long Ridge Writers Group courses, and a member of American Christian Fiction Writers. Her articles have been published in Seek, Discipleship Journal, The Christian Reader, Messenger and the previous print version of Today’s Christian Woman, as well as the Katy Times and the Mount Pleasant Daily Tribune newspapers, both in Texas. Her Christmas play titled “Homespun Angel” was performed at the Evangelical Free Church of Naperville, Illinois before being published by Eldridge Publishing in 2000.

Mary grew up at a Christian youth camp in southern Wisconsin, much like the setting for her middle-grade novel, “Hear No Evil” (previously titled “Sticks & Stones”). Upon earning an undergraduate degree in Social Work, she served for one year as a VISTA volunteer with the Houston Interfaith Hunger Coalition where she wrote the monthly newsletter as well as fact sheets for a state advisory group.

A semi-finalist in the 2012 Genesis contest, Mary is active in a local ACFW chapter and a local critique group. She maintains a personal blog on her website.

Books by Author

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See No Evil, Book 3 Rustic Knoll Bible Camp Series

Steven Miller guards a dark secret. Dad drilled into Steven that blindness should never be used as an excuse. So when Steven finds an old triathlon medallion among Dad's belongings, he's inspired to follow in his footsteps. Maybe it'll quiet the guilt he's carried since Dad's death three years ago.…

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Speak No Evil (Rustic Knoll Bible Camp)

Christian fiction for teens / tweens / middle grade. Taylor Dixon knew having his younger sister at camp would be a pain, but he never expected the pain to go so deep. At 15, Taylor dreams of getting his driver's license and driving race cars when he's older. His sister, Marissa, is the only one who…

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Hear No Evil

Middle Grade Readers. Christian fiction for 8-12 year olds. Summer camp is no fun for Brady McCaul. The girl with the cute dimples thinks he's immature and childish. The camp bully targets him with cruel taunts and teasing, and flips Brady's canoe to keep him from winning the race. But worst of all,…

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