Inspirational historical fiction offers readers a powerful faith-based story of good versus evil

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The beginning of the story kept replaying in my dreams for 3 months. I had to write it down so I could sleep. When I started writing it, the dream moved on to the next part.

Author Jeannie Savage is writing the first book in the Mercy historical and romantic book series titled The Lady and The Pinkerton ($17.49, paperback, 9781662843976; $9.99, ebook, 9781662843983).

Savage’s first book in the Mercy series follows the character Hamilton Hatcher, who has been searching for his sister, Sarah for over a year. Making no progress in his search, he hires Jake Kincaide from the Pinkerton Detective Agency. Jake finds a property purchased under Sarah’s name but the house is now inhabited by a mysterious woman named Kate. As the detective must uncover what this young woman is hiding, he must also follow a hunch that Hamilton Hatcher’s reasons for finding his sister might be more sinister than sincere. Readers will be on the edge of their seat as mystery and romance abound. Although the story is set after the Civil War, the subject matter is tied to today’s struggles.

“I was inspired to write this story because of a recurring dream,” Savage said. “The beginning of the story kept replaying in my dreams for 3 months. I had to write it down so I could sleep. When I started writing it, the dream moved on to the next part .

Jeannie Savage and her husband Steve have two adult sons and live in Indiana. She is a retired office manager for Re/Max Real Estate Company.

Savage enjoys music, Bible studies, and spending time with family and friends.

She also enjoys camping, biking, reading, research and genealogy. She is a cancer survivor and is happy to share her story.

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Xulon Press, a division of Salem Media Group, is the largest Christian self-publisher in the world, with more than 15,000 titles published to date. The Lady and The Pinkerton is available online at xulonpress.com/bookstore, amazon.com and barnesandnoble.com.

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