AUSTIN, Texas, September 8, 2021 (Newswire.com) - Fulton Books author Dee Vance, a retired special education teacher and a first-time author, has completed her most recent book "Out of the Woods": a brilliant novel that covers the mission led by a woman detective, Grace, who is headstrong in finding a missing girl despite knowing what it could cost her.
Vance shares, "Out of the Woods is a suspenseful, well-written story with unexpected plots and character twists. The main character, Grace Holland, is a complicated woman who does her job well. She quickly rises through the ranks of Suttersville Police Department, making detective in record time, but she keeps colleagues at an arm's length with her wise-cracking jokes, Texasisms, and her quest to be in control of any situation.
When a young girl goes missing in the small town of Suttersville, Wyoming, Grace finds herself in the middle of a case that is more than it seems. Determined to find the girl and bring her home safely, Grace understands that time and even some of those close to her are not on her side. Working this case will come at personal costs for Grace herself. Can she finally rid herself of the demons that have consumed her for years and emerge out of the woods?"
Published by Fulton Books, Dee Vance's book is an exciting detective story that will take the readers in a long-winding adventure of solving a mission, bringing back order, and resolving one's past demons.
It is a test of courage, intelligence, and self that will challenge the protagonist to her limits. Find out in this novel if she will be able to withstand everything against her!
Readers who wish to experience this riveting work can purchase "Out of the Woods" at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes Store, Amazon, Google Play or Barnes & Noble.
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Source: Fulton Books