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Pieces of Silver

By Maureen Lang

Description:

For Liesel Bonner, the path to love is strewn with lies, deceit, and treachery in the midst of the Great War.

Faced with the awful truth about her longtime friend and confidante, Liesel is forced to choose between protecting and betraying him. How could she have been so blind to his charade?

Oblivious to her distress, the intriguing and handsome federal agent, David de Serre, complicates matters even more when he insists that Liesel choose where her loyalties truly lie.

Just as everything in her life seems to be falling apart, and her trust in those she loves most is faltering, she turns to God for help, finding peace and protection in some unexpected places. In this thrilling tale of threats, betrayal, and love, Liesel is torn between her commitment to her faith, her loyalty to her country, and her desire for love.

Book Takeaway:

My goal was to create reasonable, sympathetic characters who are logically opposed to each other in their loyalties. What would betrayal feel like, and what if you were the one doing the betraying, simply because you felt you had no choice?

Awards:

Year Title Description
2007 Christy Finalist
2007 Wisconsin Romance Writer's of America, Write Touch Reader's Award Second Place

Why the author wrote this book:

I've been fascinated for years by the First World War time setting, and wondered what it would be like for a woman to find out the man she thought she knew well enough to consider marrying might not be everything she believed. He might, in fact, be more loyal to the German cause than to America - or to her. Pieces of Silver was created because I loved playing the "what if" game while reading history books about the First World War. It was my first Inspirational, and before its publication won ACFW's Noble Theme Award, the predecessor to today's Genesis.

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