Synopses & Reviews
Craig Littleton's decision to end his marriage would shock his wife, Denise . . . if she knew what he was up to. When an accident lands Craig in the ICU, with fuzzy memories of his own life and plans, Denise rushes to his side, ready to care for him.
They embark on a quest to help Craig remember who he is and, in the process, they discover dark secrets. An affair? An emptied bank account? A hidden identity? An illegitimate child?
But what will she do when she realizes he's not the man she thought he was? Is this trauma a blessing in disguise, a chance for a fresh start? Or will his secrets destroy the life they built together?
Christina Berry’s stories are wonderfully told, rich in detail, exact in dialogue, and exciting from the moment you begin reading!
-Eva Marie Everson, author of The Potluck Club series
As readers discover Christina’s writing and realize how friendly and approachable she is, they won’t be disappointed.
-Donna Fleisher, author of the Homeland Heroes series
Christina Berry is a woman who really understands how men think. The Familiar Stranger had me from the very first sentence, and it kept me flipping pages right through to the end. It’s a terrific debut novel and I’ll be watching eagerly for her next one.
-Randy Ingermanson, Christy award-winning author of Oxygen
Christina Berry writes with language that stimulates the senses while challenging our thoughts. She ties mystery with inspiration, giving us good stories well told.
-Jane Kirkpatrick, author of All Together in One Place, A Clearing in the Wild, and A Name of Her Own
The Familiar Stranger is a great ride. From the opening page to the very last I had to know more. Christina Berry’s original voice and her ability to raise uncertainty drives the reader forward to a surprising ending. A wonderful first book!
-Bonnie Leon, author of the Sydney Cove series
The Familiar Stranger crackles with energy and intrigue. The characters gripped me; the situation haunted me. I didn’t want to put it down.
-Jill Elizabeth Nelson, author of the To Catch a Thief series
After an accident lands Craig in the ICU with fuzzy memories of his own life and plans, his wife rushes to his side, ready to care for him. They embark on a quest to help Craig remember who he is and in the process, they discover his dark secrets may destroy the life they built.
About the Author
Mother and foster parent CHRISTINA BERRY carves time to write from her busy schedule because she must tell the stories that haunt her every waking moment. (Such is the overly dramatic description of an author's life!) She holds a BA in Literature, yet loves a good Calculus problem, as well. Sign up for her infrequent, humorous newsletter at www.authorchristinaberry.blogspot.com.