Finding Faith

A Novel

Finding Faith

Set in the high-pressure world of a Chicago television newsroom, author Denise Hunter brings to life a story of intrigue and integrity, of secrets divulged and promises kept. Paula Landin-Cohen's new job as an investigative reporter quickly puts her in the spotlight as she pursues a story that becomes nationally followed as the Switched at Birth Mystery. Finding what really happened to the young couple's baby will assure her a coveted role as news anchorwoman but she also faces the challenges of a shaky marriage, a colleague who fiercely asserts his desire for the job, and a past decision that haunts her.
  • Howard Books | 
  • 336 pages | 
  • ISBN 9781582294919 | 
  • March 2006

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About the Author

Denise Hunter

Denise Hunter is an award-winning author of ten books and novellas, including Mending Places and Saving Grace. She has appeared on the CBA Bestseller List several times for her novella collaborations Aloha and Blind Dates. Denise and her husband, Kevin, are involved in a new church start in Indiana where they live with their three sons.