As Silent as the Night

1920s-1930s, As Silent as the Night, Christian Fiction, Christmas, First Line Friday, Historical Fiction, Holiday, Novels, Romance, Writing Spot, Written by Danielle

Welcome to First Line Friday!
In keeping with my tradition for the Friday before my latest book’s Release Day,
Today I’m featuring

As Silent as the Night by Danielle Grandinetti.

He can procure anything, except his heart’s deepest wish. She might hold the key, if she’s not discovered first.

Chicago, 1933―Lucia Critelli will do anything for her ailing grandfather, including stand in a breadline to have enough food to make him a St. Nicholas Day meal. When she catches the eye of a goon who threatens her grandfather, she discovers the end of Prohibition doesn’t mean the end of the mafia’s criminal activity.

Retired Marine Scout Giosue “Gio” Vella can find anything, especially if it helps a fellow Italian immigrant, so he has no doubt he can locate his neighbor’s granddaughter, who has gone missing from a local church. Keeping her safe is another matter. Especially when he chooses to hide out with his Marine buddy in Eagle, Wisconsin, the site of a barely-held truce among striking dairy farmers.

Will Christmas bring the miracle they all need or will Gio discover there are some things even he can’t find, particularly when he stumbles upon the most elusive gift of all: love.

From Goodreads

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[Graphic Text]: November 15, 1933, Charlotte, North Carolina ~ Charles “Ice” Connors braced against the car door as their stolen vehicle darted in front of the mail truck before slamming to a stop on the quiet street.

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