Monday, July 15, 2013

CFBA: In Golden Splendor by Michael Reynolds

This week, the Christian Fiction Blog Alliance is introducing:
In Golden Splendor
B&H Books (July 15, 2013)
Michael Reynolds

Although I didn't sign up for this tour, I was accidentally sent a copy of the book. Unfortunately, I didn't have time to read it before the tour, although it definitely looks intriguing. I wanted to share the info with all of my readers so you can have the chance to evaluate it for yourself. If you do read it, please comment below and let me know your thoughts, I'd love to hear your opinions! Happy Reading!


Irish immigrant Seamus Hanley is a lost soul, haunted by his past as a U.S. Army deserter and living alone in the wilderness of the Rocky Mountains in 1849. But after witnessing a deadly stage coach crash, he finds purpose in the scattered wreckage -- a letter with a picture of a beautiful and captivating woman named Ashlyn living in San Francisco at the height of the Gold Rush. Moved by her written plea for help, he abandons all and sets out on an epic journey across the wild and picturesque American frontier. While being pursued by those who want to hang him, Seamus encounters fascinating characters including a young Pauite Indian who makes the ultimate sacrifice in helping Seamus to cross the snowy Yosemite Valley. Battered but changed for the better, Seamus reaches San Francisco on Christmas Eve as the city burns in the tragic fire of 1849. But there is little time for rest, as an even greater, more harrowing adventure involving Ashlyn is about to begin.

If you would like to read the first chapter of In Golden Splendor, go HERE


Michael K. Reynolds is the writer and producer of Emmy and Telly Award-winning film campaigns and has more than two decades of experience in fiction, journalism, copywriting, and documentary production. He owns Global Studio, a marketing agency, and is also an active leader in church and business, speaking in both ministry and corporate settings. Michael lives with his wife and three children in Reno, Nevada.

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