The historic Copper Mill Coin is stolen, and Kate sets out to prove her good friend isnt the culprit but is telling the truth. Digging up secrets can be dangerous When Kate Hanlon discovers that the Copper Mill Coin, a valuable and cherished memento from the towns historic mining days has been stolen, shes alarmed to learn that her dear friend, Skip, is the prime suspect. Kate resolves to prove Skips innocence, although his recent nervousness and strange disappearances are making it rather difficult to do. What is he up to? Could it be possible hes actually involved? Meanwhile, the disappearance of her husband Pauls personal coin collection raises even more questions. As Kate searches for answers, she is reminded that sometimes the truth is found where you least expect it.
calls a small farm in remote northeast Washington State home. She loves spending time with her granddaughters and watching out her office window as hawks and eagles soar, and elk, deer, bear, and moose roam. Sunni has won the Romance Writers of America Golden Heart, American Christian Fiction Writers Book of the Year, and the Colorado Romance Writer's Award of Excellence.