Item description for In Greene Pastures (Shelton Heights Series, Book 1) by Kendra Norman-Bellamy...
Rising from a life of poverty, Hunter greene is a staunch businessman, a workaholic with three jobs to keep his life busy and fulfilled.
As the owner of the Atlanta Weeklly Chronicles, he heads the most successful weekly newspaper in the State of Georgia. As a single parent, he takes pride in his son and devotes his time to being the best father he can be. And as the owner of Greene Pastures, he breeds champion horses that sell at top dollar.
When the story breaks that one of Atlanta's most prominent and respected pastors is killed in a fiery car accident, Hunter stands to lose everything when the deceased pastor's daughter convinces him it wasn't an accident, but murder.
Publishers Description Hunter Greene has worked hard to become the owner of a successful Atlanta newspaper. When a much-loved pastor is killed in a car crash, the pastor's daughter, Jade, convinces him it was murder. But as Hunter investigates, he finds the community turning against him, even as he falls deeply in love with Jade...
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Studio: Urban Books
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 1.25" Width: 5.75" Height: 8.25" Weight: 0.68 lbs.
Release Date Jan 1, 2007
Publisher Urban Books
Series Shelton Heights
Series Number 1
ISBN 1893196917 ISBN13 9781893196919
Availability 0 units.
More About Kendra Norman-Bellamy
KENDRA NORMAN-BELLAMY is a national best-selling author and the founder of KNB Publications LLC. Her award-winning titles have been featured in Essence, Upscale, EKG Literary, and HOPE for Women magazines. She has been a contributing writer for Precious Times and Global Woman magazines, among others. Kendra is also a motivational speaker, the organizer of Visions In Print and The Writers Hut, and the founder of Cruisin in Christ. Kendra is the author of One Prayer Away, Crossing Jhordans River, and A Love So Strong. A native of West Palm Beach, Florida, Kendra now resides in Stone Mountain, Georgia with her family. For more information, visit www.knb-publications.com.
Reviews - What do customers think about In Greene Pastures (Shelton Heights Series, Book 1)?
Outstanding Apr 29, 2008
Outstanding...A wonderful Read. Our book club read this book. Everyone rated it a 5. This is a story of FAITH...FAITH...FAITH. Very suspenseful.
God's Plan Is Not Necessarily Your Plan Mar 7, 2008
Hunter Greene's world is turned upside down when the story breaks that one of Atlanta's prominent pastors, B.T. Tides is killed in a fiery automobile accident. What's worse is when the pastor's daughter, Jade Tides insists her father's accident was indeed murder and she needs Hunter's newspaper to catch the killer. What she's planned could mean the end to the paper Hunter spent his adult life building. Is it worth losing the respect of the community he loves and his livelihood for a woman he's just met and is starting to have feelings for?
Kendra Norman Bellamy has delivered another page turner with In Greene Pastures (Shelton Heights) . But this time, she's added a murder mystery to the mix! I always enjoy reading her books with her real characters and interesting plot twists. I always know I'm in for a great read when I pick up one of her books. If you want a mystery to solve and a romance to love, this is the book for you.
In Greene Pastures Jan 8, 2008
Excellent, Excellent, Excellent. A divine spiritual christian book. If there was ever a question of Mustard Seed Faith, this is an example of it.
wholesome Dec 28, 2007
A Letter to My Sisters: The Way Out This was a refreshing breeze after the last few books I have read under the genre of "Christian". There is no sex, violence or profanity. This proves to me that a good story-line with believable characters and some mystery can sell a book. It is definitely a romantic novel. It doesn't reflect today's society, but it is idealistic in an inviting way when you want to get off the beaten track of literature masquerading under the title of "urban". Hats off to you lady Bellamy.
In Greene Pastures Sep 22, 2007
This book was well written and the characters were very believeable. I liked the idea of the choices that the main characters had to make. Particularly since the choices could easily be rationalized. Choosing between good and bad is easy, but the shades of gray is what this book is about.