Pam’s books motivate and positively influence readers; and are for anyone who struggles, not just Christians
Her writing provides a sense of kindred spirit and positive input in negative situations
Pam’s books help people resolve personal issues, hold their interest through engaging storylines and will bring hours of enjoyment
All of her works center on integrity, morals, wholesome living and family friendly values
Out of the Whirlwind
Hope Montgomery’s life is crashing around her and she blames God.
Pierce Matthew loses his wife in childbirth, gives the baby away, and blames God.
Their paths cross – friction flies.
Out of the Snare
Sydney Larsen is caught in an embezzlement scheme and her partner is murdered.
Can Lt. Quaid Williams and his team discover the murderer’s identity while keeping Sydney safe?
Out of the Mire
Abigail Turner, aka Sydney Larsen, and Quaid are dating, but things aren’t running smooth.
Frustrated, Abigail befriends a beggar, who in reality is seeking revenge against Lt. Quaid Williams.
His plan? Kidnap Quaid’s girlfriend.
Mexican gang leader, Don Diego, has thrown Rose out for a more beautiful woman and an
Out of the Heart – revenge formulated a plan in her head.
Out Of The World
Rose Woeberg is done running and is calling Petoskey, Michigan – home.
Don Diego, Rose’s former boyfriend, is desperate to find her. She has an incriminating notebook that
could send him to prison for life. He wants it back and will go to any lengths to accomplish that.
Elizabeth Warner stared at an old photo of her husband.
“I wish I’d known you back then,” she sighed.
Suddenly, a terrible auto accident catapults her into the photo.
The year? 1965
The Fire Within: Fighting Through Adversity
“I’m thinking of trying to be a volunteer firefighter.” As Paul’s mother, I wanted to shout – “No Way!” Before I could, Tom asked, “Son, does the Fire Chief know you have Crohn’s disease?”
If you’re looking for entertaining fiction that ranges from drama to suspense, you’re at the right place! Pam’s novels will keep you reading to the end; sometimes you’ll laugh, sometimes you’ll cry, and sometimes you’ll realize that principles learned can be applied to your own life.