DICKSON, Tenn. – In her latest book, “Fingerprints of Grace,” Tennessee author Caryn Cole takes readers back to Haleub Place where they rediscover the joy, peace, and renewal that can be found amidst its beautiful gardens and at its welcoming table.
The main character Marcus and his mother, Lizzy, have found a family and true home at Haleub Place, but as Marcus prepares to start his life after graduation, he knows that he must pursue the burning desire within him to find the father he never knew. Even Lizzy finds her thoughts turning toward her absent husband as she watches their son persevere in this search.
With the support of his family, Marcus begins to take steps to heal this old wound even as he works under the tutelage of his uncle Marshall, learning firsthand what it means to be an honorable, respected businessman, and tries to navigate how to turn an old friendship into a new romance. Readers learn if Marcus will find the restoration he seeks in this poignant novel.
Published by Tate Publishing and Enterprises, the book is available through bookstores nationwide, from the publisher at www.tatepublishing.com/bookstore, or by visiting barnesandnoble.com or amazon.com.
Cole earned a B.A. degree in English from Centre College of Kentucky and has written several articles for Chera Fellowship, a publication for those who have lost a mate. She believes that although individuals all experience loss, it’s how they deal with that loss that determines their future. She resides in Dickson, Tennessee.