Now Available: Stolen Blessing by Jim Sano

Synopsis: Erick and Addie Comghan have a good life in Boston. When the baby they have longed for is born, the unimaginable happens—Elizabeth goes missing the day after her baptism at St. Francis Parish. Father Tom and Angelo are pulled in to help solve the mystery of her disappearance in a race against time and the complicated dynamics of the relationships involved. Stolen Blessing is the third book in the Father Tom Series and is a story that offers suspense, intrigue, and a journey of love, redemption, and forgiveness.


What a great read!  I loved the plot, I loved the ending. This story speaks to all of us about the depth of the human spirit and our capacity to love and forgive.  Like every human family, our imperfections make us who we are and will help to shape who we ultimately become in the future.  This is a moving story of faith, hope, love, and forgiveness that will resonate with every reader!  Andrea D. Hoisl, Director of Office of Faith Events, Diocese of Norwich

Stolen Blessings kept me guessing – who did it? why? how? But beyond the mystery, it offers a prescription for the familial wounds that threaten to steal the peace we all crave.    Carolyn Astfalk, Award-winning Contemporary Catholic fiction author of All in Good Time

Jim Sano’s Stolen Blessing provides more than just an entertaining whodunnit with endearing characters. His story gives us rich layers of humanness, moral failings, grace, and a few subtle messages that are there for us —if we are paying attention.   Margot Hill, Deputy Superintendent, Ret. Boston Police Department

Stolen Blessing is a wonderfully written mystery and the third story of the excellent Father Tom series. The characters will draw you in and keep you hooked throughout this deeply moving story and make you stop to think about life. Father Tom is an amazing character, and I hope we get books featuring him for years to come.      Steven R. McEvoy, Book Reviews and More

Stolen Blessing is available via Kindle and in paperback!

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