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Chase the Moon

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Elijah Moon, his sons, his beautiful daughter Gracie and their families are trying to dwell simply in this modern world. Living off the land in rural Kentucky, they adhere closely to the words of the Bible. But there is more going on at their compound than either Elijah or Gracie realises. In fact, a man has been killed for knowing too much. When the victim's twin, Jake Ba

Kindle Edition, 352 pages
Published (first published August 22nd 1997)
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A pretty typical Dinah McCall book. I enjoyed it, but didn't love it as I did "Storm Warning." The romance was good; it had a more traditional development than the angsty "I don't love you, I just want to screw you" feel that so many romance books have. The plot wasn't all that suspenseful in that you knew what exactly was going on. It was mostly a matter of how it would be resolved in the end.

I had tears in my eyes at the beginning of the book because of what happened. And what happened to John
This book is a keeper and I will read many times over.
Monique Atgood
This is a bitter sweet suspense love story.

Undercover ATF agent is murdered. His identical twin and Government Agent Jake, goes undercover to find the killer in a militia style compound complete with anti-government wackos who dragged their wives and children to live like Amish hippies up the mountains of Kentucky.

While searching for his twin’s killer, Jake meets Gracie Moon, the daughter of the leader of the compound. Gracie is trapped by her own stupidity and bad cho
Older book by Sharon Sala (Dinah McCall). Elijah Moon takes his large family (7 boys, 1 girl) into the mountains of KY after becoming fed up with the "path" of society. He builds a self-sustaining religious based cult. His eldest son takes the opportunity to direct them into illegal activities.

After his twin is killed trying to bring down the cult, Jake infiltrates the group using his brothers identity and falls for Elijah's only daughter Gracie. What follows is a story about the power of famil
charmaine White

Good t they last page.I enjoyed every minute of this ebook.I don't know how she does it each book is better than they last.
as with all of Sharon Sala books the characters are real and easy to get attached to. "Gracie Moon" and "Jake" are no exceptions. every book I've read so far has good and bad...happy and sad.. you know .."reality of Life." I still intend to read every book She has written. Pick up any book from Sharon Sala and I believe you wont be dissapointed!
A very interesting story about twins. Not her best-written effort, but an enjoyable read nonetheless. Everyone in the story had a cross to bear, but none seemed to actually wrestle their demons to the ground. The characters wrestled these demons until the demons were weak, then were saved, except for the antagonist.
Hero’s twin brother is killed while investigating a cult for arms violations. Hero goes in to find the murderer and falls for a woman who’s related to the murderer, but not involved with any of the crimes. She’s just taking care of her father. Lots of twists, turns and suspense. Good read.
Mary Gualandri
One of my all-time faves! I loved Jake and Gracie so much!
Typical Sharon Sala/Dinah McCall fare. Fast paced.
☆°•..  Jillie Anne ..•°☆
It was a retro read. A good read for when it was written.
Fast becoming one of my favorite authors.
Nurul Akmal
was given as a birthday present from my friend
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Dinah McCall is a pseudonym for author Sharon Sala.

It was a job she hated that drove Sharon Sala to put the first page of paper in an old typewriter, but it was the love of the craft that kept her writing. Her first efforts at writing came in 1980 when she began a book that wound up under her bed. A second book followed in 1981 and suffered a similar fate, but she claims the writing bug had bitten
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