Book Blast: Deadly Secret by Sharon A Lavy

Book Blast: Deadly Secret by Sharon A Lavy



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Deadly Secret

By Sharon A Lavy

 About the Book

The covering on Evalena Davidson’s head invites all kinds of confidences and sharing, a blessing on Denton Community Hospital’s oncology ward. But people expect her to be perfect, which makes living up to the promise of her Old German Baptist uniform a challenge.

Pete Neper, head of the sanitation department senses unrest among the employees but finds it a challenge to track down the cause.

Danni Wagoner, another oncology nurse is implicated in a drug scam.

Old German Baptist Brethren with their adherence to traditional ways do not get involved with the law. But how can Evalena turn her back on a friend?

This unlikely trio put their lives and reputation at risk to uncover a deadly secret in an attempt to identify a killer before someone else dies.


Sharon3Sharon A Lavy

Writer of Inspirational Women’s fiction with a touch of Suspense. Sharon A Lavy lives with her husband in SW Ohio.

When not reading, writing, or sewing for her family, she enjoys traveling with her husband in the German crafted Flight Design airplane they call PaPa.

Sharon is best known in the novel writing community, as that German Baptist lady.

In the Old German Baptist community she’s a dressmaker, a pattern maker, and the sister who writes.

And in her own mind she’s a wife, a mother, and a grandmother, but above all a child of God. ~~ Her greatest desire is to be a woman after God’s own heart~~ Sharon has a heart for hurting women, and writes women’s fiction. Because when~~it’s all said and done~~It’s all about relationships.

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  1. jane eyre, i think

  2. The Boxcar Children. I was in the 5th grade.

  3. yes, first

  4. Colleen Schindler :

    I think it was the adventures of Huckleberry Finn

  5. I believe my first ever book I read was dr. Seus green eggs and ham when I was like 4 or 5

  6. Thank you for the opportunity to win. readed to many books to remember.

  7. Susan Johnson :

    I’m not sure what was my first novel. The first one I remember is Celia Garth by Gwen Bristow. I know I read a lot of books before that, but they weren’t novels.

  8. Barbara Thompson :

    As a small child, I read Dr. Suess Green Eggs & Ham, then I remember Black Beauty & Huckleberry Finn. The next one was Little Women and it was great. I’ve always loved to read.

  9. Rebecca Booth :

    Gone With The Wind!

  10. I have been reading for over 50 years. My memory fails me so I don’t remember what the first novel I read was.

  11. I have been reading all my life, so I couldn’t begin to remember the very first.

  12. I think it was Love Comes Softly by Janette Oke.

  13. Janet Estridge :

    My first “real” book was Dick & Jane. See Spot Run. Run Spot Run.
    Thanks for the giveaway.

  14. I’m not sure but it had to be something from Dr. Seuss. I still love Green Eggs and Ham to this day!

  15. Carolyn Valdez :

    It has been to long ago for me to remember what the first novel was that I read. I just remember loving to read at a very young age.

  16. Little House on the Prairie !
    Linda Finn

  17. Tammy Griffin :


  18. I think the first real novel that I read was Uncle Tom’s Cabin.

  19. It was a youth book…. The Door In The Wall…. as a teen I read Annie Of Green Gables, Nancy Drew & Trixie Beldon, Hardy Boys, The Winds Of Time, and Harliquins ( when the secular ones were very clean!)

  20. Gone With The Wind!

    Judy B

  21. Terri F Herman :

    One of the “Little House” books, I think.

  22. The first book I probably read was Dick and Jane, Run Spot Run in school. I didn’t have a chance to read when I was little before going to school, or maybe I just don’t remember. After all it has been many, many years since then. I do remember Little Black Sambo, Little Red Riding hood, Huckleberry Finn, and The Hardy Boys but don’t know what age I was. I do know I have loved reading for many years. Maxie I loved the Little House on the Prairie books, and Love Comes Softly.

  23. ahhh i don’t t remember my first one : /
    but the best book i ever read was the spectacular now =)

  24. Sounds like a very interesting book! Would love to win it!

  25. First book I ever read? Gosh who knows? Maybe a Little Golden Book

  26. I don’t know which one but it would have been a Nancy Drew book.

  27. I don’t remember my first novel.

  28. Little House on the Prairie

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