The Comfort of Her Priest's Voice Bleeds Through in Gloria Waldron Hukle's New Novel, 'Souls of the Soil'
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AVERILL PARK, N.Y., Oct. 31, 2016 /Christian Newswire
/ -- Near the beginning of the fourth of author Gloria Waldron Hukle's American Waldron Series Novels, Helen Carey, Catholic to the core, awaits the comforting voice of her old friend, Father Patrick, who undoubtedly would say a few words about eternal life and heaven opening up the doors to Christine Mann, one of her oldest friends.
"Souls of the Soil" (ISBN 978161483544) is one tale within another; a contemporary novel that questions the meaning of reality converges with well-researched 18th century historical fiction, the whole body of the book inspired by an actual New York murder in the year 1756 during the French and Indian War and the discovery of a local family cemetery plot centuries later.
But Gloria Waldron Hukle's final slice of her American Book Series opens long before blood drips from the blade of a sharpened rusty bayonet.
The lives of two sets of fathers and sons, all four of whom share the same DNA, crisscross between centuries in this the last of the four book series that began with Hukle's 17th century saga "Manhattan: Seeds of the Big Apple."
Hukle is the author of "Manhattan: Seeds of the Big Apple," "Threads-An American Tapestry," "The Diary of a Northern Moon," and "Souls of the Soil."
More information about this author and her books can be found at: www.authorgloriawaldronhukle.com