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A really good story and it's hard to believe that she has done even better than the first book. -- Tom Barnes
Another page turner for C.J. I thoroughly enjoyed it from cover to cover -- Karen Leggett
I hope C.J. keeps these good books rolling. -- Jack Oliver
C. J. Henderson was born on Christmas Day. Her father, a coal miner, was a storyteller who kept his listeners spellbound. Raised on stories about C.C. Camp, Ponds Murder Farm, and other fearsome tales that came straight from her father's mind, C.J. began telling stories of her own, oftentimes getting into trouble for frightening the other children. After high school C.J. married and became the mother of two sons. During the marriage she attended college, and at her father's urging, studied real estate and became an agent. The knowledge gained from her real estate career led to a position with a utility company in which she leased property. That work took her into the remote mountainous areas of West Virginia, where she met many colorful characters. Often C.J. had to wait in her car for property owners to show up for appointments. As she waited, appointment by appointment, the novel came alive on her legal pad. C.J. is now a real estate broker operating her own company and working on more novels.
I loved the continuing story of Tuesday and Jacob. The author captures the evil and control Jacob had over the women and children on the mountain. Read morePublished on Feb. 24 2002 by Shirley Gray
I am addicted to The Cabin Series! I cannot wait for the 4th novel to come out. I met the author, C.J. Henderson, and she is a wonderful compliment to her books. A lovely lady.Published on Feb. 5 2002 by Pamela S. Higham
Well, she did it again. A great story and some very
different twists. The novel is very intriguing. I'm settling
down to read Cabin III.