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Jun 28, 2024

You'll never look at postcards or silver cars the same in Laura Thomas' new romantic suspense, Captured in Frame. Listen in to learn all about Laura's new series, its cool location, and what we'll see with these three sisters.

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 When Laura and I chatted about her upcoming release, Captured in Frame, I hadn't yet read it, but I have now, and wow.  A blend of edge-of-your-seat moments, wild rides (literally) and a total Wuthering Heights moment, the mystery will keep you on your toes even while you try to keep Laura's characters on theirs.

Rich in faith and local culture, you won't want to miss this series.  

Captured in Frame by Laura Thomas

 In an idyllic village nestled in the English countryside, photographer Georgia Brooks is desperate to begin a new chapter in her life. Bramble Cottage was supposed to give her space to heal and hope again after suffering betrayal and rejection by the only man she ever loved. This was Georgia’s chance to rekindle her faith and reconnect with her sisters in a place that held sweet childhood memories—not expose herself to the ugly underbelly of the art world and put her family in danger.

Local pediatric surgeon, Doctor William Hughes, is captivated by the Canadian beauty with a camera over one shoulder and the weight of the world on the other. After suffering his own tragic loss and balancing a demanding career with raising a toddler, he recognizes the heaviness of grief . . . and the burden of guilt.

When Georgia discovers she could be in possession of incriminating evidence to frame a criminal ring, she needs to trust someone. She chooses Will. Postcards, photographs, paintings—something about Bramble Cottage is worth killing for. Can Georgia uncover the truth in time?

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