SNEAK PEEK of Chapter Eighteen of the young adult ebook "The Priest and the Peaches" – NOW AVAILABLE

A sneak peek of chapter eighteen of The Priest and the Peaches – a young adult ebook release from Tribute Books by Larry Peterson

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Running from the cops

“Don’t do it, Dancer. Please don’t leave us here alone.”

“You wanna go home, don’t you?”

“Yeah, but…”

“Then be quiet and take care of Joey.”

Officer Joe was by the doorway with his back to the room talking to the nurse in the hallway. Dancer stepped quietly to the side of the unsuspecting policeman then bolted from the room. Officer Tommy, talking on the pay phone in the lobby, caught a glimpse of someone running. He turned to see Dancer headed for the exit. He dropped the phone as he ran after him but Dancer made it outside. He turned left and kept going—running faster than he ever had in his life.

Officer Tommy shouted, “Dancer, stop right now. You come back here!”

Dancer turned to see Officer Tommy gaining on him. He knew he was no match for the fleet-footed policeman. As he rounded the corner of the hospital he crashed into someone. The man instinctively raised his forearms to protect himself. He held onto Dancer preventing him from getting away. A second later, Officer Tommy grabbed Dancer by the arm. Dancer started hollering, “Leave me alone! I didn’t do anything. Let me go!”

Surprisingly, Officer Tommy said, “I’m sorry. Are you all right, Father?”

Dancer turned and looked up at the man he almost knocked over. It was Father Sullivan.

Take a seven day journey with the five, newly orphaned Peach kids, as they begin their struggle to remain a family while planning their dad’s funeral.

They find an ally in the local parish priest, Father Tim Sullivan, who tries his best to guide them through the strange, unchartered and turbulent waters of “grown-up world.” A story that is sad, funny, and inspiring as it shows how the power of family love and faith can overcome seemingly insurmountable obstacles.

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