About Tumbleweed Christmas
A shell-shocked veteran. A shattered child. A Christmas miracle.
It’s Christmas in 1953 on the dusty High Plains of West Texas.
It was lonely enough out there before eleven-year-old Bonnie McGrath lost her mother. Now she aches for her daddy’s return from Korea to fill the emptiness that’s been carved out of her heart ever since Mama’s passing.
But the father who left Muleshoe, Texas, three years before has come home as somebody else. After nineteen months in a North Korean prisoner-of-war camp, Beau McGrath has lost the ability to love.
A New Mexican blizzard claims the county’s Christmas trees, and the loss is devastating. A symbol of all the good in Bonnie’s life that has been taken away and is now gone forever.
Beau must replace the trees, but his only solution takes him even farther away from his daughter.
Will the chasm between them grow wide enough that neither of them will ever be able to cross it again?
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Ninie Hammon (rhymes with shiny, not skinny) grew up in Muleshoe, Texas. After a 25-year career as a journalist she figured out that making up facts was a whole lot more fun than reporting them, she turned to fiction and never looked back.
Ninie now writes suspense–every flavor except pistachio: psychological suspense, inspirational suspense, suspense thrillers, paranormal suspense, suspense mysteries.
In every book she keeps this promise to her Loyal Reader: “I will tell you a story in a distinctive voice you’ll always recognize, about people as ordinary as you are–people who have been slammed by something they didn’t sign on for, and now they must fight for their lives. Then smack in the middle of their everyday worlds, those people encounter the unexplainable–and it’s always the game-changer.”